Anna has 32 red beads, 16 blue beads, and 8 green beads. She wants to put an equal number of each kind of bead on necklaces she is making. How many of each kind of beads can Anna put on each necklace?

Can anyone explain this clearly.

1. All of those numbers are multiples of 2, 4, and 8.

She can make 2 or 4 or 8 necklaces.

posted by Ms. Sue
2. Y

posted by Anonymous
3. Anna can make 1,2,4,or 8. I got this answer by thinking of the multiples.aka easy for me.

posted by yoskri

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