Dividend a, division, b^2, divisior c, remainder 42
a + b + c + d What value least ?
a)54 b) 53 c) 49 d)55 e) 50
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We need a LOT of clarification . . .
Dividend a, division, b^2, divisior c, remainder 42 . [1]
a + b + c + d . What value least ? . [2]
. . a) 54 . . b) 53 . . c) 49 . . d) 55 . ., e) 50
[1] A division has: dividend, divisor, quotient, and remainder.
. . .In your problem, which is which?
[2] What is d?
None of the choices are appropriate.
Since the remainder is 42, the dividend $\displaystyle a$ must be at least 42.
Since the remainder is 42, the divisor $\displaystyle c$ must be at least 43.
Already we have: .$\displaystyle a + c \:\ge\:85$
Sorry!
a, b, c are naturel numbers.
Dividend a, division $\displaystyle b^2
$, divisior c, remainder 42
$\displaystyle a: b^2 = c
$, remainder 42
a + b + c
Which is value least (miniumum) ?
a)54 b) 53 c) 49 d)55 e) 50
I just have a homework question I've been stuck on and hoping you guys can help me out a bit.
COnsider the number 48. If you add 1 to it, you get 49, which is a perfect square. If you add 1 to its (1/2), you get 25, which is also a perfect square. Please find the next 2 numbers with the same properties. like 48+1=49 (perfect square)
48/2=24, 24+1=25 (perfect square)
Thank you so much!