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a football coach divides 42 players into equal groups for a warm up drill.each group should have at least 5 players but no more than 8 players.what are the possible group sizes?

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  1. What are the factors of 42?

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    Ms. Sue
  2. 7 groups

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  3. 6 groups

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  4. 7x6 equals 42

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  6. Find the factors of 42 and then what ever 2 numbers are in the middle that is the answer.

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  7. 7x6=42 so around 6 to 7 groups is what you’ll need.

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