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?

Correct answer:

n =  15

Step-by-step explanation:

a=105 b=60 c=210ab=21010560=45  105=357 60=2235 45=325 GCD(105,60,45)=35=15  n=GCD(a,b,c)=GCD(105,60,45)=15



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