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  2. The common factors of 36 and 48 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12

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  4. The smallest prime number 2

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  6. The least common multiple (LCM) of 3 and 8 24

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  8. 12/5 divided by 6/1 2/5

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  10. The order of operations PEMDAS

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  12. Brett has a job that pays him $8.25 an hour. If, during the first week, he works 21 hours and, during the second week, he works 19 hours, how much money has he earned over the course of two weeks? $173.25 + $156.75 = $330

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  14. A family spends 26% of its total monthly income on its mortgage. If the family’s monthly income is $2,400, how much do they spend on their mortgage each month? $624.00

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  16. A bus travels at a constant speed of 45 miles per hour. How far can the bus go in 5 ½ hours? 247.5 miles

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  18. If 6 increased by 3 times a number is 21, what is the number? X = 5

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  20. If a distance of 2 inches on a map represents 5 miles, how far apart are two cities that are 7 inches apart on the map? Miles/inches = 5/2 = N/7 N=17 ½

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  22. In the sequence: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11 …, what number should come next? 13

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  24. What number is 6 less than 1/8 of 64? 2

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  26. In the sequence: XXVI, XXI, XVI, XI, …, what numeral should come next? VI

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  28. What is the area formula for a circle and a square? Circle – A=pie x r squared Square – A=side squared

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  30. The sides of a parallelogram are what and what? Parallel and congruent

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