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24 January, 23:00

Luis has 8 petunias, 16 carnations, 20 pansies to plant flowerpots. If he plants that same number of each type of flower in flowerpots, how many flowerpots will be use? How many of each type of flower will be in each flowerpot

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  1. 24 January, 23:56
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    2 petunias, 4 carnations, 5 pansies

    Step-by-step explanation:

    8 = 4*2 16 = 4*4 20 = 4*5

    The greatest common divisor of the numbers of flowers is 4, so we expect the problem is saying Luis will prepare this many flower pots.

    Then in each pot, Luis will have ...

    2 petunias 4 carnations 5 pansies
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