Unformatted text preview: n = 150 and m = 45. Then 150 = 3*45 + 15 45 = 3*15 + 0 15 is the gcd of 150 and 45. Example 2. Let n = 3744 and m = 390. Then 3744 = 9*390 + 234 390 = 1*234 + 156 234 = 1 * 156 + 78 156 = 2*78 + 0 So 78 is the gcd. In fact 3744 = 48*78 and 390 = 5*178. Problem 9
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