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Sara bought 2 boards of wood one board is 18 inches the other is 30 inches she wants to cut the wood into longest equal parts with no wood left over does Sara have enough wood for 10 equal size peices

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  2. Sara bought two boards of wood for a club project. One board is 18 inches long and the other board is 30 inches long. She wants to cut the wood into the longest equal-sized pieces possible, with no wood left over. Sara wonders if she has enough wood for 10 equal-sized pieces.

    Sara could list the of 18 and 30 and then find the value the lists have in common. The length of the longest equal-sized pieces she can cut from both boards, with no left over, is inches. She will be able to cut pieces from the 18-inch board and pieces from the 30-inch board. She have enough wood to cut 10 equal-sized pieces for her club project.

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