Assignment 1. THIS IS A CLASS COPY!! PLEASE DO NOT WRITE ON ME.

On another piece of paper please write H Assignment 1 ND in the upper right hand corner, cut off all frillies (clean edged paper) and show neat work to solve the following problems. Please circle your answers. Thanks! 1. Find the LCM of 10 and 30 2. Find the factors of 54 3. Which number(s) are prime 18, 42, 68, 79 4. Find the GCF of 74 and 24 5. The local reader’s club has a set of 49 hardback books and a set of 21 paperback books. Each set can be divided equally among club members. What is the greatest possible number of club members?

Assignment 2. THIS IS A CLASS COPY!! PLEASE DO NOT WRITE ON ME. On another piece of paper please write H Assignment 2 ND in the upper right hand corner, cut off all frillies (clean edged paper) and show neat work to solve the following problems. Please circle your answers. Thanks! 1. Find the LCM of 10 and 6 2. Find the factors of 62 3. Which number(s) are composite 18, 42, 68, 79 4. Find the GCF of 52 and 26 5. East’s marching band has 52 members and South’s band has 65. They are going to march in a parade together. How can they be arranged so that each row has the same number, separating each school?

Assignment 3. THIS IS A CLASS COPY!! PLEASE DO NOT WRITE ON ME. On another piece of paper please write H Assignment 3D in the upper right hand corner, cut off all frillies (clean edged paper) and show neat work to solve the following problems. Please circle your answers. Thanks! 1. Find the LCM of 8 and 9 2. Find the factors of 32 3. Tell which number(s) are prime of 16, 32, 58, 79 4. Find the GCF of 10 and 85 5. You go to the grocery story every 4 days. Your friend goes to the grocery story every 10 days. If you and your friend both go to the grocery store today, when will you both go to the store again on the same day?

Assignment 4. THIS IS A CLASS COPY!! PLEASE DO NOT WRITE ON ME. On another piece of paper please write H Assignment 4 ND in the upper right hand corner, cut off all frillies (clean edged paper) and show neat work to solve the following problems. Please circle your answers. Thanks! 1. Find the LCM of 4 and 6 2. Find the factors of 27 3. Tell which number(s) are composite of 16, 32, 58, 79 4. Find the GCF of 21 and 63 5. The local reader’s club has a set of 49 hardback books and a set of 21 paperback books. Each set can be divided equally among club members. What is the greatest possible number of club members?

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