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When the same number of track suits were distributed [#permalink]
14 May 2013, 00:31

When the same number of track suits were distributed among 2 groups of athletes comprising 4 and 6 athletes, 2 suits were left in each case. What is the smallest number of suits distributed to each group. a) 12 b)14 c)16 d)18

A milkman has three different qualities of milk. 403 gallons of 1st quality, 465 gallons of 2nd quality and 496 gallons of 3rd quality. Find the least possible number of bottles of equal size in which different milk of different qualities can be filled without mixing

A milkman has three different qualities of milk. 403 gallons of 1st quality, 465 gallons of 2nd quality and 496 gallons of 3rd quality. Find the least possible number of bottles of equal size in which different milk of different qualities can be filled without mixing

a)34 b)46 c)26 d)44

OA: d

Hi,

We have to find the least number of bottle, given, the size of all bottles is same. The HCF of all the quantities would be the maximum capacity of each bottle, thus, 403 = 13x31 465 = 15x31 496 = 16x31 31 gallons would be the size, so, the total number of bottles required = 13+15+16 = 44 Answer (D)

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