Sports students

There are 120 athletes, 48 volleyball players, and 72 handball players at the school with extended sports training. Is it possible to divide sports students into groups so that the number in each group is the same and expressed by the largest possible number?

Correct result:

n =  24

Solution:

120=2335 48=243 72=2332 GCD(120,48,72)=233=24  n=GCD(120,48,72)=24



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