Q: If there were 64 sixth graders list all of the ways they could have been divided equally into groups of 10 or fewer students?

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24 is the number that can be divided equally by 3 and 8

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2 groups of 16, 4 groups of 8, 8 groups of 4, 16 groups of 2. Not really divided or in groups, but there could be 1 group of 32 or everyone by themselves.

Five groups of five people. Simple math my dear.

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You would divide 270 by 45 and the solution would be 6 students with each chaperon.

Yes. It can be divided into -- 21 equal groups of 1 each -- 3 equal groups of 7 each -- 7 equal groups of 3 each

42 because 24 divided by 7 = 6

they can be 2 groups of 16, 4 groups of 8, 8 groups of 4, or 16 groups of 2

24 is the number that can be divided equally by 3 and 8

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2 groups of 16, 4 groups of 8, 8 groups of 4, 16 groups of 2. Not really divided or in groups, but there could be 1 group of 32 or everyone by themselves.

Yes. The group can be divided into 2, 4, 8 or 16 groups evenly.

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