Posted by **Amber** on Wednesday, September 9, 2009 at 7:10pm.

Museum employees are preparing an exhibit of ancient coins. They have 49 copper coins and 35 silver coins to arrange on shelves. Each shelf will have the same number of copper coins and same number of silver coins. How many shelves will the employees need for this exhibit?

(HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE???)

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