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Find the GCF of 32 and 28? 4
Sallywalked1/4 of a mile on Monday,8/9 on Tuesday, and 15/20 on Thursday. How many miles did she walk in all? 1 8/90
Find the reciprocal of 32/36. 36/284
Add if n=4/5+4/27 128/135
Change .0006 to a percent? .06%
Change 57.5% to a decimal? .575
What is the prime factorization of 144? 2^4x3^2
Are 32 and 48 prime or composite? Composite
What is 54% as a reduced fraction? 27/50
What are all the prime factors of 42? 2x3x7
What is the factor tree of 32? 2x2x2x2x2
Write .023 as a percent? 32 ^ 8X4 ^ ^ 4x2 2x2 ^ 2.3%
List all the odd factors of 28? 1,7
True or false:3 is a factor of 3,333,333? True
Write 42 ¾% as a decimal? .4275
Add ¼ + 3/5 17/20
Write 42 19/34 as a improper fraction? 1447/34
Change .00000834 as a percent? .000834
Find the LCM of 8 and 12? 24
Find the LCM of 10 and 5, and then find the GCF of 10 and 5.Now find the product of the LCM and the GCF product? 50
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