John and Hanna designed together 60 valentines. If we divide the number representing valentines designed by John by the number representing valentines deigned by Anna, the quotient is 3.

How many combinations of the two numbers are possible?

Hint
Does the problem say that the number representing
valentines designed by John can be divided *evenly
*(ie without remainder) by the number representing
valentines deigned by Anna?!

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