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From: mackenzie <smiley1996smiles@gmail.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2008091620:49:26
Subject: Re: HELP... Greatest Common Factors



the answer is 10 and 85. look  at the problem closely now you see that
85 can go into 850 and so can  ten. then you divide them and 85
cannnot go into 10 so you have solved the problem.i am a seventh
grader and i had the same exact qeustion for homework and that is how
i figured it out.

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