# Question #03374

Nov 12, 2017

$242$

#### Explanation:

$6$ goes into $14$ 2 times remainder 2.
$6 \cdot 2 = 12$
So, if $12 \cdot 100 = 1 , 200$, then $2 \cdot 100 = 200$
$6$ therefore goes into $1 , 200$ 200 times remainder 2.
$1 , 456 - 1 , 200 = 256$

$6$ goes into $25$ 4 times remainder 1.
$6 \cdot 4 = 24$
So, if $24 \cdot 10 = 240$, then $4 \cdot 10 = 40$
$6$ therefore goes into $240$ 40 times remainder 2.
$256 - 240 = 16$

$6$ goes into $16$ 2 times remainder 4.
$6 \cdot 2 = 12$
$16 - 12 = 4$

$200 + 40 + 2 + r 4 = 242 r 4$

There can be 242 groups of 6.