anonymous
  • anonymous
m and n are positive integers and leave remainder 2 and 3 respectively when divided by six m>n,,,,,so what would be remainder when m+n is divided by 6?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
m/6 = a+2 n/6 = b+3 m+n/6 = m/6+n/6 = a+b+5 so the remainder is 5.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you !!!! know i got it ..:)))
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh God, someone please introduce this poor child to some basic modular arithmetic.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
i am just 4th grader
anonymous
  • anonymous
here the modulus is 6. I don't know if they teach that in 4th grade.

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