# math

How many ordered pairs of positive integers 1≤k≤n≤50 are there, such that k divides n, and

(n/k)!=n!/k!?

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1. copying .......brilliant

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posted by Athul
2. well the answer is 99

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3. bosdike yeh answer galat hai!!1
kutte ke bacche

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