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A florist is making bouquets. She has 35 yellow daisies and 28 white daisies. What is the greatest number of identical bouquets the florist can make?

The greatest common factor of 35 and 28 is 7.
Each of these 7 bouquets will have 5 yellow and 4 white daisies.
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