# math

The owner of a candy store packs all of the sweets from a box into packets of 9, 12, 18 sweets .

a. what is the smallest number of sweets a box must contain if no sweets are to remain after packing?

b. There are 180 sweets to be packed. what is the largest number of packets that can be obtained?

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1. A. What number would have all of those three values as factors? Pick the smallest.

B. The smallest packets would give the largest number of packets.

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2. 39
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3. 36 and 20

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4. 39 and 3

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5. 39 and 60

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6. 39 and 10

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7. 18 and 39

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8. 18 and 41

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9. 18 and 36

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10. 36 and 18

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