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a gardener has 27 pansies and 36 daisies. he plants an equal number of each type of flower in each row. what is the greatest possible number if pansies in each row?

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adityaananda124

A gardener has 27 pansies and 36 daises. He planted equal parts of each flowers. Now we need to find the value of flowers did the gardener planted. If you’re looking for the greatest number of flowers planted in a row. We can have 27 pansies and 27 daises. However, if we want to plant all flowers we can have: 3 rows of pansies with 9 flowers = (3 x 9) = 27 4 rows of daises with 9 flowers = (4 x 9) = 36

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