# The grocery

Susan has decided to make grocery combos for her shop. The wholesaler she buys from sells sugar in packets of 20 in a carton, flour in packets of 12 a carton, and 15 bags of rice in a carton. How many of each item should she buy so there are an equal number of sugar packets, flour, and bags of rice in each combo?

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