Math 6th grade
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A group of 45 tokens is arranged into three piles such that each pile contains a different prime number of tokens. What is the greatest number of tokens possible in any of the three piles?
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37 + 3 + 5 = 45

45 divided by three is 15!

A group of 45 tokens is arranged into three piles such that EACH PILE CONTAINS A DIFFERENT PRIME NUMBER OF TOKENS.
What is the greatest number of tokens possible in any of the three piles?
37 RESULTING IN 37 + 3 + 5 = 45. 
45