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    Finding sums

    a~b means a-b=3k for some k not equal to z. Find all the sums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by natester View Post
    a~b means a-b=3k for some k not equal to z. Find all the sums.
    Find all sums of what? Please be more specific. And for all "k not equal to z." What does this mean? Are you trying to say that k is not an integer?

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