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Chloe made a conjecture that given any two numbers, the greater number can always be arranged into more arrays.
State whether you agree or disagree. Then explain why you think so by giving an example of two numbers that prove or disprove the conjecture.

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  1. I don't think so.
    Consider the numbers 36 and 37

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  2. or even 12 and 13 :)

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