Computation Fractions Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Least Common Multiple (LCM) Math Vocabulary

100

1,022
Add carefully! 385 + 637 = ?

100

Possible answers (there could be others) 6/8; 9/12; 12/15; 15/18; etc.
Give an equivalent fraction for 3/4.

100

30
What is the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of 60 and 30?

100

60
What is the Least Common Multiple of 6 and 10?

100

sum
What vocabulary word means the answer to an addition problem?

200

4,098
Subtract carefully! 8,014 - 3,916 = ?

200

2/3
Reduce teh fraction 18/27 to its simplest form.

200

5
What is the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of 20 and 35?

200

20
What is the Least Common Multiple of 20 and 4?

200

product
What vocabulary word means the answer to a multiplication problem?

300

216
Multiply carefully! 27 x 8 = ?

300

7/8
Reduce the fraction 35/40 to its simplest form.

300

11
What is the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of 44 and 33?

300

24
What is the Least Common Multiple of 6 and 8?

300

numerator
What vocabulary word means the top part of a fraction?

400

2,028
Multiply carefully! 52 x 39 = ?

400

Possible answers (there could be others) 4/10; 6/15; 8/20; 10/25; 12/30; etc.
Give an equivalent fraction for 2/5.

400

9
What is the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of 45 and 63?

400

30
What is the Least Common Multiple of 2,3 and 5?

400

quotient
What vocabulary word means the answer to a division problem?

500

14
Divide carefully! 168 รท 12 = ?

500

3/10
Multiply these fractions carefully! be sure to give your answer in simplet form. 3/4 x 2/5 = ?

500

16
What is the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of 48 and 64?

500

18
What is the Least Common Multiple of 2,3, and 9?

500

B
The greatest common factor (GCF) of any two numbers is A) a number that divides evenly into both numbers. B) the largest number that divides evenly into both numbers. C) a number that both numbers will divide into evenly. D) the largest number that both numbers will divide into evenly.

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