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The quiz will test students' full understanding of remainders
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Is the sequence of remainders when dividing consecutive integers first by 3 then by 2 the same as sequence of remainders when dividing the same consecutive integers first by 2 then by 3? Enter yes or no as your answer.
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What is the possible sequence of remainders when dividing every other integer by 2?
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Is the sequence of remainders when dividing seven consecutive integers by six same as the sequence of remainders obtained by dividing by three first and then by two? Enter yes or no as your answer.
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Which of the following could be a possible resulting sequence of remainders when every other, decreasing sequence of seven consecutive positive integers is divided by 4.
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Which of the following could be the remainders when six consecutive positive integers are divided by 3 ?
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Which of the following could be the remainders when five every other consecutive positive integers are divided by 5. Hint: see the attached image.
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Which of the following is the sequence of remainders when seven, consecutive, increasing positive integers are first divided by 3 and then the resulting sequence of remainders is divided by 2. Hint: See the attached image.
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