One light flashes every 2 minutes and another light flashes every 3.5 minutes. Suppose both lights flash together at noon. What is the first time after 1 PM that both lights will flash together ?

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  38. reading

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  39. math

    A red light flashes every 2 minutes and a blue light flashes every 3.5 minutes. Suppose both lights flash together at noon. What is the first time after 1 p.m. that both lights will flash together?

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