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two drums contain 600lts. and 800 lts. of water . find the size of the largest vessel that can be filled an exact number of times from each drum.

The smallest vessel that can contain an exact number of times from each drum is the LCM of 600 and 800, which is 2400 litres.
There is no limit for the largest.
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