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Peter is distributing pamphlets about dog care and samples of dog biscuits.The dog biscuits come in packages of 12 and the pamphlets are in paackages of 20.What is the smallest number of samples and pamphlets he needs to distribute without having any left over? How many packages of dog biscuits and pamphlets will peter need?

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  1. anonymous
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    i don't understand.. what do you mean by "the dog biscuits come in packages of 12"

  2. anonymous
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    ??? i seriously dont know its from my math book

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    maybe it's a problem of lcm(lowest common multiple). lcm(12,20)=60.

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    peter will need 60 packages of biscuits and pamphlets.

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