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Cane has a box of 42 vanilla icecreams and David has a box of 60 chocolate icecreams. They have to divide up the icecreams into small trays with equal number of icecreams; each tray containing either vanilla icecreams or chocolate icecreams only. Find the largest possible number of icecreams in each tray.





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