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Therefore the answer is 18, as 18 is the largest common multiple that can go into 36. Solution: If we multiply each number by itself, the value will change, but not the relation of the numbers with respect to size. ", Print Solutions PDF: Worksheet No. What’s the average speed that he was traveling?" For the second answer, the solution is simpler: First, convert 20% to a decimal to get 0.20. What day of the week is it 200 days from today? Search. 14. Deb Russell is a school principal and teacher with over 25 years of experience teaching mathematics at all levels.