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Young mathematicians apply their knowledge of greatest common factors in order to help Maya prepare for her party. Given the number of blue, white, and green balloons Maya has for decorations, students must determine the most arrangements that can be made so that each one includes the same number of each color. Present this problem as an exit card assessment during a lesson series on factorization.
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