Divide a rectangle into grid of squares.

by Yajmir   Last Updated December 07, 2017 10:20 AM

Suppose, we have a rectangle of Width 'a' and Height 'b'. If we divide it into grid of squares such that the number of squares along the Width of the rectangle is 'n'. The Width/Height of each small square in the grid must be a whole number. What must be the value of 'n' such that it is closest to another arbitrary whole number 'x'.

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