
Directions: Read carefully. Choose the best answer. Check your work.
1. 
Tina has 24 granola bars and 16 bottles of water to create packs for a hiking trip with her friends. She would like to distribute the bars and water equally with none left over. What is the greatest number of packs Tina can prepare?



2. 
Pens are sold in packs of 6 and pencils are sold in packs of 10. If a teacher wants to put the same number of pens and the same number of pencils at each work station, what is the least number of pens and pencils she will have to buy?



3. 
A pastry chef prepares 3 dozen frosted half moon cookies and 5 dozen cherry filled turnovers. He wants to pack these desserts in boxes, each box containing the same number of cookies and the same number of turnovers, with none left over. What is the greatest number of boxes he can prepare, and how many turnovers will be in each box?
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4. 
At one end of a street, under construction, the caution light is set to blink once every 6 seconds. At the other end of the street, a temporary "Men at Work" sign is set to blink every 8 seconds. If these two signs start blinking at the same time, how many times will they blink at the same time in the span of one minute? (do no count start up as one)



5. 
At her birthday party, Carly's mother served 45 slices of pizza, along with 30 brownies, which were shared equally. Assume that each party goer had the same number of slices of pizza and the same number of brownies, and none were left over. What was the largest possible number of party goers at the birthday party, and how much pizza and brownies did each eat?
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6. 
The boys' track team does practice runs through their town following a designated path. Nate completes a lap in 12 minutes. Leo completes a lap in 9 minutes. Jace completes a lap in 18 minutes. If the 3 boys start at the same time, maintain the same speeds, and continue lapping, after how many minutes will they meet up again?
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