Mathematics

What are the lengths of the sides of the arrays that show how 6 boxes can be arranged?
A. 1,2,3,6
B.1,2,4,6
C. 1,6
D. 1,3,6

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  1. well, the factors of 6 are
    1x6
    2x3

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  2. Its A
    Your welcome

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  4. Why dont you show the answers

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  5. Show The Answers!!

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  6. Which of the following are factors of 32? Select all that apply.
    a 1
    b 2
    c 3
    d 6
    e 8

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