## Warm-ups: Nov 16, 2006

Posted by AKey on November 16, 2006

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## P1G2 said

D.J.,C.A.,A.K.,J.H.

1.2x3x3

2.2x3x4

3.2x2x2x4

We did a doubble bubble for numbers 4-6.

4.2

5.4

6.6

## P1G5 said

T.J C.R D.F A.M R.E

1. 2x2x2x2 2. 2x3x4 3. 2x2x2x4

4. GCF=2 5. GCF=4 6. GCF=3

Because we had to times that number many times to find the greatest common factor (GCF).

## P1G1 said

E.R., A.H., K.H., S.A., C.W.,

1. 2x2x4

2. 2x3x4

3. 2x4x4

4. 48,46 Gcf:2

5. 16,36 Gcf: 4

6. 24,18 Gcf: 6

We got the answer by listing all the factors of each number and underlined the ones that have the same thing in common and the highest factor we underlined is the GCF.

## P1G2 said

D.J.,C.A.,A.K.,J.H.

1.2x3x3

2.2x3x4

3.2x2x2x4

We did a venn diagram for numbers 4-6.

4.2

5.4

6.6

## P1G3 said

SV SM ES NM

1. 2x2x2x2

2. 2x2x2x3

3. 2x2x2x4

4.48 & 46

1×48 1×46

6×8

GFC=1

5.16 & 36

1×16 4×9

4×4 1×36

2×8 12×3

6.24 & 18

1×24 1×18

3×8 6×3

2×12 2×9

## P2G3 said

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1. 2x3x7

2. 2×29

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3. 7x2x2x2

4. 30 40

1×30 1×40

5×9 5×9 GCF=5

3×10 2×20 30;1,2,3,5,6,15,16,30

2×15 2×15 40;1,2,4,5,8,10,20,40

5.42 36

1×42 1×36

2×21 2×18 GCF=3

3×14 3×12 42;1,2,3,7,14,21,42

3×12 4×8 36;1,2,3,4,9,12,18,36

6.36 45

1×36 1×45

2×18 5×9 GCF=1

3×12 36;1,2,3,4,9,12,18,36

6×6 45;1,5,9,45

## P2G1 said

K.C., P.A., C.J., D.H.

1. 2x3x7

2. 2x2x5

3. 2×59

4.30:40:GCF=10

5. 42:36:GCF=6.

6.36:45:GCF=9

We found the answer by listing the factors,and underling the graetest common factors.

## P2G4 said

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1.42.

1X42

6X7

21X2

2.20

1X20

2X10

4X5

3.58

1X58

4.30:1,3,30,10

40:1,4,9,36 GCF=1

5.42:1,6,7,21,2

36:1,4,9,36 GCF=1

6.36:1,4,9,36

45:1,5,9,45 GCF=9

We get the answer by showing the factors.

## P2G2 said

A.Q., S.L., T.J., I.O.

1. 2x3x7

2. 2x2x5

3. 1.2.29

4. GCF=10

5. 45:36: GCF = 6

6. GCF: 9

We used a venn diagram to find the GCF. We put all the factors of each number for their side of the circle. Then we put the numbers that each of them has the same in the middle of the oval. The biggest number in the middle is the GCF

## P2G1 said

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## AKey said

Thank you P2G1! 🙂

## P1G5 said

CP, RA, DE, JS, ST

1. 42

2 X 21

2 X 3 X 7

2. 20

5 X 4

5 X 2 X 2

3. 58

2 X 29

4. 30:1, 3, 5, 6 10, 30

40:1, 4, 5, 8, 10, 40 gcf =10

5. 42: 1, 6, 7, 42

36: 1,3, 4, 9, 12, 36 GCF = 9

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

45: 1,5,9,45 GCF = 9

I find the GCF by finding all the factors of 2 numbers and then finding the greatest number that is a factor of BOTH numbers.