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Three masses of sugar are grouped into 0.36 kg, 0.504kg and 0.672 kg. Find the greatest mass of sugar that can be taken an exact number of times from the three masses. (Give your answer in kg)
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Three masses of sugar are grouped into 0.36 kg, 0.504kg and 0.672 kg. Find the greatest mass of sugar that can be taken an exact number of times from the three masses. (Give your answer in kg)
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(1/1000)
360
504
672
2
180
0.252
336
2
90
126
168
2
45
63
84
3
15
21
28
2x2x2x3=24
24g= 0.024kg
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