# Segments

Line segments 69 cm and 3.7 dm long we divide into equal parts which lengths in centimeters is expressed integer.

How many ways can we divide?

How many ways can we divide?

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#### You need to know the following knowledge to solve this word math problem:

**geometry**- line segment
**algebra**- sets
- prime numbers
- divisibility
- greatest common divisor (GCD)
- intersection of sets

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