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x, y, z are three positive non-zero integers such that:

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x, y, z are three positive non-zero integers such that:
3x=4y=7z. What is the least possible sum of x+y+z

1. 41
2. 61
3. 84
4. 92
5. 104
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Kudos [?]: 45 [0], given: 0

Is it 2) 61

this is what I did LCM of 3,4,7 is 84

therefore

X has to be 4*7 = 28
Y has to be 3*7 = 21
Z has to be 3*4 = 12

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