1. Write the Prime Factorization of 36

2. Find the GCF (Greatest Common Factor) of 16, 24, 40

3. Compare (<, >, or =) 2/6 ______ 1/2

4. Change 54/7 to a* mixed number*.

5. Change 6 1/2 to an* improper fraction*.

6. 5/8 = n/16 Solve for n to find the equivalent fraction.

7. n/10 = 18/20

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## P2G5 said

Mrs.Key I don`t get #4-7