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$4$ $Q3$ Prove that the product of three consecutive positive integer is div $0$ $40$ For any positive integer $n,$ prove that $n^{3}-n$ divisible by $6.$ $2$ $5$ Prove that if a positive integer is of the form $6q+5,$ then it is of the
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Qanda teacher - Ajith Kuma
Harsh which question you want me to do, is it the 4 th question answer me !!
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yes sir 4th one
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Qanda teacher - Ajith Kuma
yes I'm working on it!
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thanku sir?
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Qanda teacher - Ajith Kuma
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if you understand my solution, care to rate it.
I hope I have answered ur question , if you have any queries regarding the solution feel free to ask. Have a great day.
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thanks sir
sir can i ask u one more question ?
pleade
please*
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Qanda teacher - Ajith Kuma
if you have any queries I can answer , if want to ask more ask in 1-1 sections.
Thank you
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but sir i have no more coupons left
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Qanda teacher - Ajith Kuma
lemme c , wat is it
I will answer one more!!
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thanku sir
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5th one
Sir I have asked u this type of question in one more chat?
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Qanda teacher - Ajith Kuma
regarding this question talk, other chat talk there
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ok sir
can you please answer me that question ?
there in that talk