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Example of GCD

GCD is an acronym for Greatest Common divisor, which is the largest positive integer of a set of numbers. The GCD can be used for creation of formulae, and in some cases forms a natural working model for efficient calculation using a specific integer as a working base. If you have X number of units in different groupings, and require a form of division which will divide each, the gcd gives you a simplified common divisor, creating a working base for each set.

Examples of GCD:

Set: 144, 24, 36, 84, 156 GCD is 12
Set: 189, 27, 96, 126, 87 GCD is 3