I have had many ways,but is there a fast and easy method of doing so?

I have had many ways,but is there a fast and easy method of doing so?

Kyle is making flower arrangements for a wedding. He has 16 roses and 60 carnations. Each arrangement will have the same number of flowers, but roses and carnations will not appear in the same arrangements...

i have 4. a) 42 + 14 b) 36 + 27 c) 16 + 72 d) 44 + 33

i have 4. a) 42 + 14 b) 36 + 27 c) 16 + 72 d) 44 + 33

There are 60 grade 8 students and 40 grade 7 students. These students need to be divided into groups with the same number of grade 8 and 40 grade 7 students in each group. How many different ways...

(3×-2)(×-4)=

what is the greatest common factor of the numbers 12 and 16

I am having difficulty on this problem factor out the GCF for 3x(7x + 1)- 2(7x + 1)

Finding GCF of each set of numbers

We are doing GCF and lcm and prime factorization.

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