Solve contextual problems that involve factors, multiples, prime, composite, and/or square numbers.
A restaurant is open 24 hours a day. The manager wants to divide the day into work shifts of equal length. Show the different ways this can be done. The shifts should not overlap, and all shifts should be a whole number of hours long.
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Kaitlyn was playing with her little brother Declan, building towers with his blocks. Declan’s colored blocks are each a different size. The chart below shows the color and size of each block.
Kaitlyn built a tower that used only red blocks. Which of the following could be the height of the tower? Select all that apply.
A. 36 inches
B. 56 inches
C. 49 inches
D. 28 inches
E. 62 inches
F. 84 inches
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In North America, we have a kind of cicada that only emerges from the ground every 17 years. What kind of advantage does that give the cicadas in the wild?
During art class last week, Carmen put crayons into cups for her art teacher. She put exactly 9 crayons into each cup.
Altogether, Carmen put more than 20 crayons, but fewer than 30 crayons, into the cups.
What is the total number of crayons that Carmen put into the cups?
Is your answer to Part A a prime number or a composite number? Explain your reasoning.
This week, Carmen’s art teacher has a total of 28 crayons to put into cups. She wants Carmen to put the same number of crayons into each cup.
Write all factor pairs of 28 that show possible ways Carmen can divide 28 crayons equally to put into cups.
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