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anonymous
 5 years ago
Alice and Bob play a game involving a circle who circumference is divided by 12 equallyspaced points. The points are numbered clockwise, from 1 to 12. Both start on point 12. Alice moves clockwise and Bob, counterclockwise. In a turn of the game, Alice moves 5 points clockwise and Bob moves 9 points counterclockwise. The game ends when they stop on the same point. How many turns will this take?
anonymous
 5 years ago
Alice and Bob play a game involving a circle who circumference is divided by 12 equallyspaced points. The points are numbered clockwise, from 1 to 12. Both start on point 12. Alice moves clockwise and Bob, counterclockwise. In a turn of the game, Alice moves 5 points clockwise and Bob moves 9 points counterclockwise. The game ends when they stop on the same point. How many turns will this take?

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anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Find a multipleof 5 and 9 that is divisible by 12. 180/12 = 15 (first whole number) 180/9 = 20 turns. I'm pretty sure about this. (80%)
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