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Mr. Jackson is preparing bags of treats to give trick or treaters on Halloween. He has 48 pieces of candy and 60 pieces of gum. he uses all the candy and gum, and he puts the same ratio of candy to gum in each bag. What is the largest number of bags he could have made?

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    The GCF is 12.

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