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the first way you can divide 4 and 32 and its 8 because 8x4=32.

the second way you can you can take parts of the 3 and 2 and give it the product instead of the quotient but the answer is still going to be 8.

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18 groups of 4

There are five ways to do this, if you include 32 'groups' with one member each.The others are 2 groups of 16, 4 groups of 8, 8 groups of 4 and 16 groups of 2.

-- 2 groups of 25 each -- 5 groups of 10 each

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There are many different ways you could divide 105 objects or people into groups. You could have one group of 105, or 2 groups of 52 and a half objects for example.

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Yes you can, but you have to use zig zag lines. Using straight lines there are only four ways to divide a square into two equal parts (along the lines of symmetry).

In complete sentnces, explain why you can cut the rectangles into different shapes and still have four equal parts.

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5 groups of 5. 25/5=5 ; 5 x 5 = 25.

2 groups of 9 9 groups of 2 6 groups of 3 3 grouos of 6 1 group of 18 18 groups of 1

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-- If you want the two pieces to be equal size, then there's only one way. -- If the two pieces can be different sizes, then there are 500,000 ways.

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There are many different ways to divide the real number system into sub-groups. Perhaps the most obvious division is, positive numbers and negative numbers.

Ethnic groups can be different in many ways. Many ethnic groups can be different in their physical appearance, such as skin color.

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Only once, there will only be eights parts however you divide it.

2, 4, 13, 26 times.

You can use long or short division.

You can have one group of 12, two groups of 6, three groups of 4, four groups of 3, six groups of 2, or twelve groups of one. If you count "one group of 12", then there are six different ways. If not, then there are five. To be awkward, the way the question is put, there is an infinity of ways. Choose any n, where n is any positive integer number you like and you can have n groups each one with 12/n in it.

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