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# What is the gcf of 16 28 and 48?

The factors of 16 are: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 The factors of 28 are: 1, 2, 4, 7, 14, 28 The factors of 48 are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24, 48 The common factors are: 1…, 2, 4 The Greatest Common Factor (GCF) is: 4 (MORE)

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# What is the LCM of 28 and 32?

The least common multiple is the smallest number that is multiple of two or more numbers. 28: 28, 56, 84, 112, 140, 168, 196, 224 32: 32, 64, 96, 128, 160, 192, …224 The LCM of 28 and 32 is 224. (MORE)

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# LCM of 8 and 28?

You would find this by finding multiples of 8 and 28 alternatively until you find one which is the same. Multiples of 8 - 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 56 Multiples of 28 - …28, 56 Your answer is 56. You would find this by finding multiples of 8 and 28 alternatively until you find one which is the same. Multiples of 8 - 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 56 Multiples of 28 - 28, 56 Your answer is 56. (MORE)

# Gear Review: Osprey Exos 48 Ultralightweight Backpack

Most backpackers today are looking to cut as much weight from the gear as possible. They're investing in equipment that not only performs well, but also shaves ounces, and in …some cases pounds, off their load. The most obvious cases where weight can be cut is in their tents, sleeping bags, and cooking equipment. But those subscribing to the ultralight approach can also shed weight from their backpack as well. [Osprey](http://www.ospreypacks.com) had those customers in mind when it designed its new [Exos series of packs](http://www.ospreypacks.com/en/group/superlight/exos_series). These bags have been from the ground up to be as light as possible, while still carrying all of our gear for a prolonged backpacking excursion. While the Exos series doesn't have all the frills of some heavier, and more expensive packs, they are sure to amaze and delight fast-packers with their featherweight approach.The [Osprey Exos 48](http://www.ospreypacks.com/en/product/superlight/exos_48) is a lightweight pack designed for long distance backpackers who want to hike as quickly and lightly as possible. It provides 48-liters of storage capacity, while tipping the scales at a mere 2.5 pounds (1.13 kg). That is awfully light for a pack of this size, as it wouldn't be all that uncommon for similar offerings from competitors to weigh well over a pound more. But Osprey didn't skimp on the amenities in their rush to cut weight. While the Exos 48 isn't as full featured as some other packs on the market, it still manages to offer backpackers most of the things they need for the trail. For instance, it includes a lightweight suspension for helping to carry a more balanced load. It also has ample storage, with a large internal compartment, a smaller zipped pocket in the lid, and exterior mesh pockets, as well as easy to reach pockets on the hipbelt. Loops for carrying an ice tool or trekking poles, as well as removable sleeping pad straps, are nice touches as too, while an integrated hydration sleeve makes it easy to take a drink of water while out on the trail.In short, this pack offers everything you need, and nothing you don't, which should add to its appeal to the minimalist hiker.I am incredibly impressed with what Osprey has managed to deliver in the Exos 48. Not only is is incredibly lightweight, it is also very comfortable to wear. The thickly padded shoulder straps and hipbelt make this pack a joy to use, even when it is loaded up with all the equipment you'll need for an extended hike in the backcountry. That said, I wouldn't want to overload this bag too much, as it hasn't been designed for extremely heavy loads. Of course, that kind of goes without saying, considering it has been built with the minimalist backpacker in mind. Case in point, the removable lid pocket and sleeping pad straps are definitely a nod to those who like to strip their gear down to the bare minimum in effort to save ounces. Because of it's lightweight slant, the Exos is definitely not a pack for the beginner either. Osprey had the experienced backpacker in mind when they built it, and as a result, it has quickly become a favorite for hikers on the Appalachian and Pacific Crest Trails, where it's svelte form factor are much appreciated. If you do happen to fall into the pack's demographic however, you'll probably love what it brings to the table. ++Travelers will likely enjoy the Exos 48 as well, since it is large enough to take enough clothes to last your for days, will still allowing you to zip through the airport with ease. As is typical with any pack from Osprey, the Exos is durable and rugged enough to withstand plenty of punishment. I've used mine several times already, and aside from a little dirt from the trail, it still looks brand new. Of course, if anything does go wrong with it, the company also has the best warranty in the business, standing by all of their products with a lifetime guarantee.As you would expect, the Exos is hydration ready, with the ability to accommodate up to a 3-liter water bladder. Sadly, Osprey doesn't include one of their outstanding bladders with the pack, as they are designed to work well with the built-in sleeve. As it stands, you'll need to add one yourself to round out the package.+ Lightweight, just 2.5 pounds+ Well padded shoulder straps and hipbelt+ Hydration ready+ Plenty of pockets and storage- Not built for heavy loads- Not built for beginners- Hydration bladder not includedFor minimalist backpackers, the Exos 48 is is a darn near perfect bag. It offers everything you could ask for, without adding unnecessary bulk or weight. If you're looking to shave ounces off your load, this pack will certainly help you do it, without compromising performance.Osprey offers all of this for $190, which may seem a bit steep for a 48-liter pack. But considering how much design work went into this one, it is more than worth the price.Save a few extra ounces on your Exos by removing the sleeping pad straps. Then slide your pad inside the main pocket, letting expand once its in place. This allows the sleeping pad to serve as a kind of internal frame, without taking up too much room. (MORE)

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# This Father and Son Took the Same Photo 28 Years in a Row, and the Last One Is Absolutely Amazing

This is what true father-son love looks like.This photo series shows the transformation of a father and son over 28 years. The last photo just might bring a tear to your eye.… (MORE)

# This Father and Son Took the Same Photo 28 Years in a Row, and the Last One Is Absolutely Amazing

This is what true father-son love looks like.This photo series shows the transformation of a father and son over 28 years. The last photo just might bring a tear to your eye.… (MORE)

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# What is the LCM of 16 and 28?

Multiples of 16 are 16, 32, 48, 64, 72, 80, 96, 112, 128, 144.... Multiples of 28 are 28, 56, 84,112, 140... The smallest number that both 16 and 28 divide into evenly is 112.… Therefore the LCM for 16 and 28 is 112. The LCM of 16 and 28 is 112... (MORE)

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# What is the LCM of 12 15 28?

You are looking for a number which is in the 12 times table, the 15 times table, and the 28 times table. The easiest, but long, way of doing this is to write all of th…e numbers out. So... 12, 24, 36, 48, 60 15, 30, 45, 60 60 is a common multiple of 12 and 15, but it is not a multiple of 28 (60/28 = 2.14), so we must continue... 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72, 84, 96, 108, 120 15, 30, 45, 60, 75, 90, 105, 120 Again, 120 is a common multiple, but it is not a multiple of 28 (120/28 = 4.29) You need to keep going until you reach a multiple shared by all 3 numbers, in this case it is 420 You can also reach this number by multiplying the 2 highest numbers (15 x 28 = 420), and this will give you a multiple of 15 and 28, but it may no be a multiple of the other number, and even if it is, it may no be the LOWEST common multiple. I always use the long way because it is seemingly impossible to go wrong. * * * * * There is another systematic method and that is using prime factorization. The prime factorization for any number is to list all the primes that go towards making up that number. So 12 = 2*2*3 15 = 3*5 28 = 2*2*7 Now, find the maximum number of times each prime occurs in any one row, and multiply together. This method works much more efficiently if the primes are in ascending order. Then, the answer is: 2*2 (from 12 or 28) *3 (from 12 or 15) *5 (from 15) *7 (from 28) = 2*2*3*5*7 = 420 (MORE)

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# How do you get LCM for 28 and 60?

1. Multiples of 28 are 28, 56, 84, 112, 140, 168, 196, 224, 252, 280, 308, 336, 364, 392, 420, 448, ... 2. Multiples of 60 are 60, 120, 180, 240,300, 360, 420, 480, 540,... … In both of this, 420 is the least common factor . So, LCM is 420. (MORE)