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A math teacher and a science teacher combine their first-period classes for a group activity. The math class had 24 students and the science class has 16 students. The teacher need to divide the students into groups of the same size. Each group must have the same number of math students. Fin the greatest number of groups possible. Please help me! :)

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    8 number of groups.. each group consisting of 3 math students and 2 science students

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    Thank you! :)

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    No problem girl :)

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    :P

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