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Both Student 100 and Student 120? F. Given two student numbers, how can you determine which locker will be the first touched by both students? How can you determine which locker will be the last touched by both students? G. Which students touched 1. both Locker 24 and Locker 36? 2. both Locker 100 and Locker 120? 3. both Locker 42 and Locker 273? H. Given two lockers, how can you determine which students touched both? Homework starts on page 65.
How many kilometers will it travel in 2 hours? In 6 hours? b. How many more kilometers will the jet travel in 6 hours than in 2 hours? c. Suppose that Nodin flew on this jet to the Dominican Republic. If his trip took 4 hours, how many kilometers did he travel? 35. Mario’s watch runs fast. In 1 day, it gains an hour; so in 12 days, it gains 12 hours and is correct again. Julio’s watch also runs fast. In 1 day, it gains 20 minutes. M. on Monday, when will their watches both be correct again at the same time?
The drama teacher did not eat. How many cast members might have been at the party? Explain. 29. Make up a word problem that you can solve by finding common factors. Then make up a different word problem that you can solve by finding common multiples. Solve your problems, and explain how you know that your answers are correct. 30. Multiple Choice Neena has 54 smiley-face stickers, 36 glittery stickers, and 81 heart stickers. She wants to divide the stickers evenly among her friends. Find the greatest number that Neena can use to divide the stickers evenly.