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Jill wants to put 45 sunflower plants, 81 corn plants, and 63 tomato plants in her garden. if she puts the same number of plants in each row and if each row has one type of plant, what is the greatest number of plants Jill can put in one row?

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  1. What is a common factor of
    45
    81
    63?

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  2. I need help

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  3. 22515

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  4. 9 plants in each row

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  9. It will be 9 since you have to find the Hcf to retrieve the answer 9 as the product of common prime factors of the given numbers

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