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A tutor has 7 students and is planning to distribute an equal amount of chocolate bars to each student that get an A ...

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A tutor has 7 students. She is planning to distribute an equal amount of chocolate bars to each of her students that get an A on their exam. And after distributing the candy bars to students, she does not want to have any left over. At least how many chocolate bars must she have on hand?

posted Sep 19, 2015 by Deepak Chitragar

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2 Answers

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i.e the LCM of 2,3,4,5,6,7

answer Sep 21, 2015 by Justine Mtafungwa
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7 Chocolate bars. Where all the students get A grade, n she distributes to each one of them.

answer Oct 2, 2015 by Naga Jyothi
wrong, what if only 3 students get A

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