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Q: What do 6 and 7 both go into?

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They both go into 56.

no need for 3 as it already goes in to 6 so 5 6 7 go in to 210 210 = 5 x 42 = 6 x 35 = 7 x 30

7 is co-prime to both 6 and 8.

7 and 5 are prime numbers, but 3*2=6

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7 and 6 can go into 42 because of 7x6=42

7 and 8 both go into 56

1, 2, 3, 6 and 7 go into one or the other (or both).

not one number goes into 6 and 7 unless it is 1. the numbers 1, 2, 3, and 6 go into 6. only 1 goes into 7 because 7 is a prime number

6/14 divide top and bottom by 2: 3/7 this can go no further as both 3 and 7 are prime numbers

It's 42. As 6 is double what three is ignore the three. then multiply 6 and 7. I'm just really clever and know that there isn't a number below 42 that both 6 and 7 go into. :-)

2 goes into both 14 and 6.2 x 7 = 142 x 3 = 6

Is it 3*(6/7), or (3*6)/7 both are the same. They are 18/7, which is about 2.57142857.

Solving the equations y/7 +6 = 11 Subtract 6 from both sides: y/7 = 5 multiply both sides by 7: 7 = 35

7 + 4X - 9 = -6 add 9 to both sides 7 + 4X = 3 subtract 7 from both sides 4X = -4 divide both sides by 4 X = -1 check 7 + 4(-1) - 9 = -6 -6 = -6 checks

It's impossible to tell because multiples go on forever ,so the biggest might be 42 because both 6 and 7 have that multiple in common.

2/7 is the simplest form of 6/21. To figure it out, you look at 6/21, and you notice that 3 can go into both the numerator and the denominator. So you divide them both by 3, and you get 2/7. That doesn't change the value of the fraction. It just makes it 'simpler'.

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