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Bob
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Re: SAT problem
Posted:
Jan 25, 2005 2:21 AM


On Mon, 24 Jan 2005 20:05:24 GMT, Tony <goweb@adelphia.net> wrote:
>Hi, > >I'm reviewing some SAT problem and am mind blocked on this problem: > >If n 1 n 5 > _____ . ___ . _____ = ___ > n  1 n n + 1 k > >for positive integers n and k, what is the value of k? >
You may notice right off that n cannot be 1, because of the n1 in the denominator.
But more importantly, mote that you can cancel an n, top & bot, on the left. Rewrite what is left. That should be a big clue.
bob
>A) 1 >B) 5 >C) 24 >D) 25 >E) 26 > >I have the answer, but can't find the method.
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