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Albert0898
 one year ago
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109. If p and q are prime numbers, what is the smallest possible value of p + q such that pq >= 100?
111. The fastest jet airplane can fly at a top speed of about 3,200 feet per second. Approximately how many miles can the jet travel in 15 hours, if it is traveling at top speed? (Note: There are 5,280 feet in one mile.)
112. If k is a positive integer, then for every value of k, the sum of the k smallest distinct odd positive integers is equal to which of the following?
Albert0898
 one year ago
Please Explain the Steps!!!!!!!!!!! 109. If p and q are prime numbers, what is the smallest possible value of p + q such that pq >= 100? 111. The fastest jet airplane can fly at a top speed of about 3,200 feet per second. Approximately how many miles can the jet travel in 15 hours, if it is traveling at top speed? (Note: There are 5,280 feet in one mile.) 112. If k is a positive integer, then for every value of k, the sum of the k smallest distinct odd positive integers is equal to which of the following?

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abb0t
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0I'd say list a few prime numbers up to about 50, that add together and multiply to a value greater than 100. You can try numbers like 29, 37, 41, etc.,

abb0t
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0112 is not a prime number.
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