An orchestra conductor divides 48 violinists, 24 violists, and 36 cellists into ensembles. Each ensemble has the same number of each instrument.
a. What is the greatest number of ensembles that can be formed?
b. How many violinists, violists, and cellists will be in each?

An orchestra conductor divides 48 violinists, 24 violists, and 36 cellists into ensembles. Each ensemble has the same number of each instrument.
a. What is the greatest number of ensembles that can

be formed?
b. How many violinists, violists, and cellists will be in each?

H1. Your three groups are 48, 24 & 36. The largest number that divide each of these numbers is 12. So you will have 12 ensembles. In each ensemble you will have 48/12 = 4 violins, 24/12 = 2 violas & 36/12 = 3 cellos.ow do you become Indie?

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