Apples and pears

Mom divided 24 apples and 15 pears to children. Each child received the same number of apples and pears - same number as his siblings. How many apples (j=?) and pears (h=?) received each child?

Correct answer:

j =  8
h =  5

Step-by-step explanation:

24=233 15=35 GCD(24,15)=3  d=GCD(24,15)=3 j=24/d=24/3=8

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