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Other than the answer given by the other tutor, you could also pack them into 2 bags, with 19 sweets per bag.

19 sweets x 2 bags = 38 sweets

19 jellies x 2 bags = 38 sweets

Number of sweets left = 39 - 38 = 1

Number of jellies left = 48 - 38 = 10

Then the greatest number of sweets per bag would be 19 , not 3.

The common factor is 3 so take the number of sweets from the question which is 39 divided by 3 equals 13.

You'll also have 9 jellies left over. Best is to consult your teacher on how to approach this question

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Common factor is 3 so take the number of sweets from the question which is 39 divided by 3 equals 13.