Barbara C. answered • 09/28/14

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# of 6th graders = 30

# of 7th graders = 70

# of 8th graders - 45

The GCF of 30, 70, and 45 is 5

Therefore, the number of teams will be 5

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asked • 09/28/14The 30 6th graders, 70 7th graders, and 45 8th graders at a science camp are being formed into team. Each team must have the same number of sixth, seventh, and eighth graders. Every camper must be on a team. How many teams will there be?

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Barbara C. answered • 09/28/14

Nurturing and Experienced Tutor in Mathematics and English

# of 6th graders = 30

# of 7th graders = 70

# of 8th graders - 45

The GCF of 30, 70, and 45 is 5

Therefore, the number of teams will be 5

Harvey F. answered • 09/28/14

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if you were asked what is the greatest common factor (GCF) of 30, 70, and 45, would you be able to find it?

Your word problem is a fancy way to ask that question.

If you don't find the answer, let me know in a comment.

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