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Homework Help: Math for Educators

Posted by Kelly on Monday, June 17, 2013 at 4:44pm.

I am thinking of some #s less than 100. When I divide them by 2 there is a remainder of 1. When I divide them by 3 there is a remainder of 1. When I divide it by 4 there is a remainder of 1. However, when I divide by 5 there is no remainder. what are the #'s?

- my answer so far is every number ending in a zero or five from 1-100 but I don't think its that simple. If someone could help me figure this out it would be greatly appreciated!

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