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MTH156 / MTH 156 / (MATH 156) / Week 5 DQs

MTH156 / MTH 156 / (MATH 156) / Week 5 DQs

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Discussion Question 1
 Due Date: Day 2 [Main forum]
 Post your response to the following: How are the concepts of the Greatest Common Factors (GCF), divisibility, and Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) used when computing fractions? Provide an example and demonstrate how the concepts are used.
 Participate in the discussion by adding anything to the explanation that your classmates may have omitted. Ask follow up and clarifying questions as necessary.
3. Discussion Question 2
 Due Date: Day 4 [Main forum]
 Post your response to the following: What are prime and composite numbers? What methods can you use to find prime numbers? How are prime numbers used in mathematics? How can you use prime factorization to find the GCF and LCM? Provide an example.
 Respond to your classmates by elaborating on their explanation or providing an example that supports their understanding of prime numbers. Ask clarifying or follow up questions as necessary.
Discussion Question 1
 Due Date: Day 2 [Main forum]
 Post your response to the following: How are the concepts of the Greatest Common Factors (GCF), divisibility, and Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) used when computing fractions? Provide an example and demonstrate how the concepts are used.
 Participate in the discussion by adding anything to the explanation that your classmates may have omitted. Ask follow up and clarifying questions as necessary.
3. Discussion Question 2
 Due Date: Day 4 [Main forum]
 Post your response to the following: What are prime and composite numbers? What methods can you use to find prime numbers? How are prime numbers used in mathematics? How can you use prime factorization to find the GCF and LCM? Provide an example.
 Respond to your classmates by elaborating on their explanation or providing an example that supports their understanding of prime numbers. Ask clarifying or follow up questions as necessary.

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