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1-2-3 Remainder Resolution (Posted on 2016-02-16) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Abe challenges Bee to determine a 3-digit positive integer N.
It is known that the number formed by the last two digits of N when divided by 9, yields a remainder of 3.

Abe makes the following statements, precisely one of which is false:
  1. N divided separately by each of 2, 4, 6, and 8 yields a remainder of 1.
  2. N divided separately by each of 5 and 7 yields a remainder of 2.
  3. N divided separately by each of 5 and 11 yields a remainder of 3.
Determine the value of N from the above statements and given clues.

No Solution Yet Submitted by K Sengupta    
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  Subject Author Date
SolutionSolutionhoodat2016-06-28 05:15:07
Some Thoughtsre: How to solve itAdy TZIDON2016-02-16 20:54:33
SolutionHow to solve itMath Man2016-02-16 17:46:06
Some Thoughtsre(2): my way - revisedAdy TZIDON2016-02-16 13:38:47
re: my way - final answersBrian Smith2016-02-16 12:51:18
Hints/Tipsre: d3 answerAdy TZIDON2016-02-16 12:34:43
Hints/Tipsre: computer solutionAdy TZIDON2016-02-16 12:30:43
Solutionmy way - final answersAdy TZIDON2016-02-16 12:29:19
re: d3 answerAdy TZIDON2016-02-16 12:01:49
Solutioncomputer solutionCharlie2016-02-16 11:59:08
Solutiond3 answerSteve Herman2016-02-16 11:55:49
Solutiond1.5 answerAdy TZIDON2016-02-16 08:34:52
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