# Part-time workers

On Saturday, 210 part-time workers arrived in the village. One hundred five part-time workers worked on the first field, 60 on the second. The other part-time workers worked in the third field. They all worked in equal groups. How many workers worked in each group if they formed as most big groups as possible?

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