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Q: What is the smallest whole numbers that gives a remainder 1?

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12 is the smallest whole number that gives a remainder of 4 when it is divided by 8.

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The lowest common factor (the smallest positive whole number which divides into all the numbers without any remainder) of 3, 4, 16 is 1, as it is for any set of numbers. The highest common factor (the largest positive whole number which divides into all the numbers without any remainder) is also 1. The lowest common multiple ((the smallest positive whole number into which divide all the numbers without any remainder, ie the smallest positive whole number which is a multiple of all the numbers) is 48.

The average of 33 consecutive whole numbers is 58, what is the smallest of these whole numbers? The answer is 42

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Divide each of these numbers by 11, and the remainder is 5.

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361

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112

Any of its factors

Eight.

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That's known as the least common multiple, or LCM. It's the smallest number that all the members of a given set of whole numbers will divide into evenly with no remainder.

55

Yes.

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