LCM and GCF
Contributed by: Henry

 1. A factor is a number that can divide into another number with no remainderA) falseB) true2. A multiple must be greater than or equal to the largest starting number.A) falseB) true3. Find the GCF for 40 and 48A) 16B) 4C) 8D) 24. Find the LCM for 3 and 11A) 22B) 33C) 44D) 115. Find the GCF for 24 and 48A) 2B) 12C) 24D) 86. Find the LCM for 8 and 10A) 40B) 60C) 20D) 327. FInd the GCF for 22 and 96A) 8B) 2C) 6D) 48. Find the LCM for 4 and 12A) 48B) 36C) 8D) 129. Find the GCF for 12 and 84A) 4B) 12C) 6D) 210. Find the LCM for 12 and 15A) 60B) 30C) 180D) 511. FInd the GCF for 63 and 54A) 9B) 12C) 6D) 312. FInd the LCM for 2, 5, and 7A) 45B) 70C) 35D) 2013. Find the GCF for 18, 36, and 81A) 3B) 2C) 9D) 614. Find the LCM for 6, 18, and 36A) 18B) 6C) 36D) 10815. Find the GCF for 54, 60, and 6A) 2B) 3C) 4D) 6
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Answer Key

1.B   2.B   3.C   4.B   5.C   6.A   7.B   8.D   9.B   10.A   11.A   12.B   13.C   14.C   15.D

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