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Prove that $\sum_{i=1}^s a_i=2^{n}-1-\sum_{i=s+1}^n a_i=2^s-1. Note that $\sum_{i=1}^n=2^n-1.

INTEGERS AND DIVISIBILITY CONCEPTS

1.Show that if d ≠ 0, then d | (-a) and -d | a.

2.Show that it is false that a>b implies a|b.

3.Is 980637 divisible by 7? Show.

4.Determine whether of the following are divisible by 3, 5, 7, 9, or 11 using the methods described int he text:

A. 1969

B. 28350

C. 1421

D. 17303

E. 116424

F. 1089

5.Classify each of the following as true or false:

A. 6 is a divisor of 24.

B. 40 is a multiple of 8.

C. 0 divides 10.

D. 13 is a factor of 33.

E. 12 divides 6.

6.Show that 23n -1 is divisible by 7.

7.Show that 5n - 1 is divisible by 4.

GREATEST COMMON FACTOR (GCF) AND THE LEAST COMMON MULTIPLE (LCM)

1.Calculate (3141 , 1592).

2.Find x and y such that, 3141x + 1592y =1.

3.Find the solution of 803x + 154y = 33.

4.Find the GCD and LCM of the numbers 63,24, 99.

1.Show that if d ≠ 0, then d | (-a) and -d | a.

2.Show that it is false that a>b implies a|b.

3.Is 980637 divisible by 7? Show.

4.Determine whether of the following are divisible by 3, 5, 7, 9, or 11 using the methods described int he text:

A. 1969

B. 28350

C. 1421

D. 17303

E. 116424

F. 1089

5.Classify each of the following as true or false:

A. 6 is a divisor of 24.

B. 40 is a multiple of 8.

C. 0 divides 10.

D. 13 is a factor of 33.

E. 12 divides 6.

6.Show that 23n -1 is divisible by 7.

7.Show that 5n - 1 is divisible by 4.

GREATEST COMMON FACTOR (GCF) AND THE LEAST COMMON MULTIPLE (LCM)

1.Calculate (3141 , 1592).

2.Find x and y such that, 3141x + 1592y =1.

3.Find the solution of 803x + 154y = 33.

4.Find the GCD and LCM of the numbers 63,24, 99.

Give an example of a LPP with more than one optimal solution

A company produces their products P,Q and R from raw materials A,B and C .

To produce one unit of the product P, 2 units of A, 5 units of B and 4 units of C are

required. To produce one unit of the product Q, 1 unit of A, 1 unit of B and 2 units

of C are required. To produce one unit of the product R, 1 unit of A, 1 unit of B and ,

1 unit of C are required. Profits per unit of the products P,Q and R are Rs.10, Rs 5

and Rs. 4 respectively. The company has 10 units of A, 20 units of B and 20 units of

C. Formulate the problem of maximization of profit as a LPP.

To produce one unit of the product P, 2 units of A, 5 units of B and 4 units of C are

required. To produce one unit of the product Q, 1 unit of A, 1 unit of B and 2 units

of C are required. To produce one unit of the product R, 1 unit of A, 1 unit of B and ,

1 unit of C are required. Profits per unit of the products P,Q and R are Rs.10, Rs 5

and Rs. 4 respectively. The company has 10 units of A, 20 units of B and 20 units of

C. Formulate the problem of maximization of profit as a LPP.

A pay-off matrix can have more than one saddle point. True or false

In a transportation problem, if all the source availabilities a_i and all the requirements

b_j are integers, then the optimal solution consists of integers only.

Its True or false ?

b_j are integers, then the optimal solution consists of integers only.

Its True or false ?

1.Show that if d ≠ 0, then d | (-a) and -d | a.

2.Show that it is false that a>b implies a|b.

3.Is 980637 divisible by 7? Show.

4.Determine whether of the following are divisible by 3, 5, 7, 9, or 11 using the methods described int he text:

A. 1969

B. 28350

C. 1421

D. 17303

E. 116424

F. 1089

5.Classify each of the following as true or false:

A. 6 is a divisor of 24.

B. 40 is a multiple of 8.

C. 0 divides 10.

D. 13 is a factor of 33.

E. 12 divides 6.

6.Show that 23n -1 is divisible by 7.

7.Show that 5n - 1 is divisible by 4.

2.Show that it is false that a>b implies a|b.

3.Is 980637 divisible by 7? Show.

4.Determine whether of the following are divisible by 3, 5, 7, 9, or 11 using the methods described int he text:

A. 1969

B. 28350

C. 1421

D. 17303

E. 116424

F. 1089

5.Classify each of the following as true or false:

A. 6 is a divisor of 24.

B. 40 is a multiple of 8.

C. 0 divides 10.

D. 13 is a factor of 33.

E. 12 divides 6.

6.Show that 23n -1 is divisible by 7.

7.Show that 5n - 1 is divisible by 4.

If there are 3 roads from town A to town B And 4 roads from town B to town C, in how many ways can one go from town A to town C and back to town A, through town B, without passing through the same road twice?

Q. prove that √n is irrational.

A panel is conducting an interview on six candidates of different heights. If they are to put them in line, in how many ways can they arrange them in line such that no three consecutive candidates are in increasing order of height from front to back?