Q: Which is a rectangular number is it 93 120 301?

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If you define a rectangular number as a number which is the product of two consecutive integers, none of them qualify.

No,but 120 is and 301 isn't

If you define a rectangular number as a number which is the product of two consecutive integers, none of them qualify.

A rectangular number is any number greater than or equal to 2, that is the product of an positive integer n multiplied by the integer that comes before it. So 2x1 for example or 5x4 or 10x111. If you look at the number 93120301=n(n+1), this number is rectangular if n^2+n-93120301=0 has a solution that is a positive integer. There is no integer solution so that number is not rectangular. How about 93? n^2+n-93=0 also has no solution in the natural numbers.

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301 * * * * * Actually, all three are.

If you define a rectangular number as a number which is the product of two consecutive integers, none of them qualify.

No,but 120 is and 301 isn't

A rectangular number is any number greater than or equal to 2, that is the product of an positive integer n multiplied by the integer that comes before it. So 2x1 for example or 5x4 or 10x111. If you look at the number 93120301=n(n+1), this number is rectangular if n^2+n-93120301=0 has a solution that is a positive integer. There is no integer solution so that number is not rectangular. How about 93? n^2+n-93=0 also has no solution in the natural numbers.

The GCF of 93 and 120 is 3.

Factors of 120... 1,2,3,4,6,10,12,20,30,40,60,120 - Factors of 93... 1,3,31,93... therefore the GCF is 3

The LCM of 52, 93, and 120 is 3720

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93

93 is composite, 3x31=93