Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

The function ggT calculates the greatest common divisor of two
natural numbers. In this package it is called by the function
`kgV`

which calculates the least common multiple of
two natural numbers. The latter is needed by the function
`zykloid`

and by the function `npeaks`

which calculates the number of peaks (or loops) a cycloid has.
As the greatest common divisor might be useful for other
purposes, the function ggT is accessible to external use in this
package.

1 | ```
ggT(a, b)
``` |

`a` |
A natural number (integer value > 0) |

`b` |
A natural number (integer value > 0) |

A natural number if *a* and *b* are natural numbers. In any other
case, the function returns NA.

Peter Biber

Bronstein IN, Semendjaev KA, Musiol G, Muehlig H (2001): Taschenbuch der
Mathematik, 5th Edition, Verlag Harri Deutsch, 1186 p. (p. 333)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euclidean_algorithm

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