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# a, b are positive integers. What is the value of (1/a)+(1/b)

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a, b are positive integers. What is the value of (1/a)+(1/b)

1. ab = 6
2. a+b = 13

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30 Apr 2004, 06:13
C..........!! Divide Stem 2 by Stem 1 for answer!!

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30 Apr 2004, 07:52
It should be C
1/a+1/b = (a+b)/ab = 13/6
But this is a recurring decimal number.

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08 May 2004, 19:58
although i suspect a foul play with this question...I can't seem to figure the foulf play so i agree with C....

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