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Each week, between 30 and 50 students show up for an archery class run by Betty and Wilma. Usually the students break up into groups of equal size for target practice. However, this week, Betty noticed that she could not break the students up into multiple groups of equal size. Wilma noticed that if she and Betty both joined the students in practicing, they still could not break the archers up into groups of equal size. How many students showed up to the archery class this week?

Apr 16, 2021

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Ill helpp you and you help me....

I need to turn this in, in 10 minutes please tell honest opinion.

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If Betty  and Wilma  join the group it is still not divisible into equal size groups

Note that all the even integers  from 30 - 50  can always be divided into equal groups because, at least, they are all divisible by 2

But look at the odd integers between  30 - 50

31   33    35    37   39    41   43   45   47  49

We are looking for two adjacent prime numbers

These  are   41  and 43

Apr 16, 2021

#1
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Ill helpp you and you help me....

I need to turn this in, in 10 minutes please tell honest opinion.

file:///media/fuse/drivefs-d41d885592e45c0bccd8c23a619e472b/root/music/lilly-mckale_six-feet-apart.mp3

If Betty  and Wilma  join the group it is still not divisible into equal size groups

Note that all the even integers  from 30 - 50  can always be divided into equal groups because, at least, they are all divisible by 2

But look at the odd integers between  30 - 50

31   33    35    37   39    41   43   45   47  49

We are looking for two adjacent prime numbers

These  are   41  and 43

Guest Apr 16, 2021