You have only two measuring cups and a medicine bottle, the measuring cups are 17mL and 30mL , how can you get to 1,2,3mL by using just these two cups and the medicine bottle. With...

You have only two measuring cups and a medicine bottle, the measuring cups are 17mL and 30mL , how can you get to 1,2,3mL by using just these two cups and the medicine bottle. With...

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Write an integer that represents:

Find all positive integers n for which n8 + n + 1 is a positive number

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Write an equation to find the integers.

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Find all positive integers a and b such that 2m + 3d=78, when d is the greatest common divisor of a and b and m is the least common multiple of a and b

Find all positive integers a and b such that 2m + 3d=78, when d is the greatest common divisor of a and b and m is the least common multiple of a and b

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