Posted by **amanda** on Thursday, February 19, 2009 at 9:48pm.

what is the least common positive integer that meets the following conditions:

divided by 7 with remainder 4

divided by 8 with remainder 5

divided by 9 with remainder 6

i thought you could add 7 and 4 to get 13, then divide 13 and 7 with r=4, but it has to be the same number for all of them.

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