# math

posted by Anonymous

You have 72 books and 90 DVD's to pack. Your client insists that the books and DVD's have to have the same number of items in them.

a)What are the possible numbers of items in each box?

b)If you could make the most profit by packing the fewest number of boxes, how many boxes would you need for books? How many for DVD's?

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