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Q: What do 12 and 15 both go into?

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They both go into 60. That is the LCM(Lowest Common Multiple) of 15 and 12. 15x4=60 12x5=60

factor both then multiply the factors the number of times it was used in each number. 12=2x2x3 15=3x5 2x2x3x5=60 All multiples of 60 are divisible by 12 and 15.

15 and 5 both go into every multiple of 15 .

3 Goes in to of 12 and 15 because 3 times 5 is 15 and 3 times 4 is 12!...So there u go...I hope I answered ir question!....Have a nice day! =)

12 and 15 go into the denominator 60. 1 and 3 go into 12 and 15.

No. 15 is not evenly divisible by 12.

15:12 is the same as 5:4 ; [you divide both sides by 3]

No 7 can not go into 15

3 is a multiple of, both, 12 and 15. Is that the question?

They both go into 90.

The factors of 12 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 12. The factors of 15 are 1, 3, 5, and 15. The common factors of 12 and 15 are the numbers that are factors of both, which are 1 and 3.

Every multiple of 60 is a multiple of both 12 and 15.

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They both go into 15 and its multiples

12. 12 is evenly divisible by both 12 and 4.

15 and 20 would both go into 60. Or 300. And several others.

11 and 15 both go into 165. 165 is the LCM (Least Common Multiple) of 11 and 15.

what can go into both 28 12

They both go into multiples of 60 such as 480.

Any Multiple of 24. 24, 48, 72, 96... Etc.. Hope I helped!

15 will go into 42 two times with 12 left over.

15 and 10 are both factors of 30.

312÷15 = 20 remainder 12

They both will divide evenly into any multiples of 12

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