N positive integer problem with a + exponent
Here it is a problem that is driving me nuts...
Note: ^ means the exponent, in this case the exponent is "+".
If n is a positive integer, then n^+ denotes a number such that n < n^+ < n+1.
So decide which of the following options is greater (or if both ofthem are equal or if it is impossible to determine it).
Option A: 20^+ / 4^+
Option B: 5^+
What I did: 20^+ / 4^+ SO, (20/4)^+ , SO (5)^+ , so I concluded that both of them are equal, but the correct answer is " It canīt be determined which option is greater". Could anyone explain me why??