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A student at Harvard named Kevin Was counting his stones by 11 He messed up n times And instead counted 9s And wound up at 2007. How many values of n could make this limerick true?

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what do u mean by values??
it means like how many times he could have messed up in order for the counting to add up to 2007 anyways

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what do u think
i checked and that doesnt work :/
:-( hmm wait i'll try again
Are you trying to say that he counted both in 11 and 9 or just 9? cause if he counted by 9s 223 then the statement becomes true.
both of them

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