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Two part problem that need help with.
1. Jill arranged her baseball cards in 4 rows of 9 cards. Then she arranged them in 2 rows of 18 cards. How many other ways can Jill arrange her cards in equal rows?
2. Sam has fewer baseball cards than Jill. There are only three ways that he can arrange his cards in equal rows. Write all the possible numbers of baseball cards that Sam could have.

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asked by caden
  1. 4 * 9 = 36

    Factors of 36:

    1, 36
    2, 18
    3, 12
    4, 9
    6, 6

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    What is your answer for 2?

  2. it says to use the info in the first problem to answer the second part.

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    posted by caden
  3. Yes.
    What are the factors of each of these numbers?

    30, 31, 32, 33, 34

  4. 24

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  5. how would the factor pairs change if Nancy had only 5 posters to arrange? explain.

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    posted by becky
  6. she would have to seperate them equally

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    posted by becky
  7. what is the answer for part 2

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    posted by ellie
  8. What’s the answer for the question?

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    posted by Rose

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