Algebra
posted by Mike .
Sorry Iposted that previous question wrong.
Here is the right question.
What is the remainder when the sum of the first 102 counting numbers is divided by 5250.

the sum of the first 102 counting numbers is 102*103/2=10506/2=5253.
So the remainder divided by 5250 is 3.
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