karen is making two displays. One display has 57 red mugs. The other display has 76 sports mugs. The rows of each display must have the same number of mugs. Wha
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karen is making two displays. One display has 57 red mugs. The other display has 76 sports mugs. The rows of each display must have the same number of mugs. What would be the greatest number of mugs possible to have in a row? Explain your answer.
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1. User Answers cpk
In order to solve this you need to find a number that evenly goes into each one of these two bigger numbers. 19 mugs works for both, so for 57 mugs there would be 3 rows of 19 mugs and for the 76 mugs there would be 4 rows of 19 mugs.