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5 3 15
5 2 1
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As you see here, I have written us a problem so, let's say that Jayden brought cupcakes for the class, for some reason, and Jayden brought 15 cupcakes for everybody,(That's not enough) so he knew he needs plates so he brought ten. (Still not enough) What is the greatest common factor of this problem?
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5(3+2) 15 and 10 Answer is: 5
5 3 15
5 2 10
The answer is 5 because of 3 x 5 equals 15 which is how many cupcakes Jayden brought and 5 x 2 equals 10 and that's how many plates he brought.
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