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What is the GCF of 18 and 30? |
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a) 2 | b) 3 | c) 6 | d) 90 | |

What is the GCF of 8, 12, and 30? |
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a) 2 | b) 3 | c) 4 | d) 120 | |

What is the LCM of 6 and 10? |
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a) 30 | b) 2 | c) 60 | d) 600 | |

Write 46/7 as a mixed number. |
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a) 6 4/7 | b) 7 3/7 | c) 6 4/45 | d) 6 3/7 | |

A store sells four types of jeans available in stonewashed, faded, and black. How many combinations of style and color are available? |
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a) 12 | b) 7 | c) 9 | d) 16 | |

Write 8 2/5 as an improper fraction. |
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a) 42/5 | b) 42/2 | c) 16/5 | d) 80/5 | |

Pete is putting out 24 basketballs, 48 soccer balls, and 16 softballs in a display. If he puts the same number of balls in each row, what is the greatest number of balls in a row? |
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a) 8 | b) 24 | c) 16 | d) 4 | |

Replace x with a number so that 5/6=x/48. |
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a) 40 | b) 30 | c) 45 | d) 60 | |

Which of the fractions is not in simplest form? |
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a) 14/32 | b) 9/20 | c) 16/25 | d) 7/8 | |

Lynn has a music collection of 60 records. Of those records, 18 are jazz. Write a fraction in simplest form that compares the number of jazz records to the total number of records. |
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a) 3/10 | b) 9/30 | c) 18/60 | d) 9/10 | |

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