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A hotel had 180 rooms numbered from 1 to 180. The rooms numbered from

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A hotel had 180 rooms numbered from 1 to 180. The rooms numbered from 25 to 180 were occupied and the rest were vacant. Two attendants, Kris and Michel, were given the duty of room service of occupied rooms. Each room numbered multiple of 3 was assigned to Kris and each room numbered multiple of 4 was given to Michel. If the rooms which were common for Kris and Michel, and rest of the unassigned occupied rooms were assigned to a third attendant named George, how many rooms were assigned to George?

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Total number of occupied rooms = 180-25+1 = 156
Multiple of 3 for Kris = 27 to 180. Number of rooms = (180-27)/3 + 1 = 52.
Multiple of 4 for Michel = 28 to 180. Number of rooms = (180-28)/4 + 1 = 39.
Rooms common for both Kris and Michel = LCM(3,4) = Multiple of 12 from 25 to 180, i.e, 36 to 180. = (180-36)/12 + 1 = 13.
Number of rooms for George = 156-52-39+13 = 78.

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Rooms common for both Kris and Michel = LCM(3,4) = Multiple of 12 from 25 to 180, i.e, 36 to 180. = (180-36)/12 + 1 = 13.
Number of rooms for George = 156-52-39+13 = 78.

13 rooms are common to both Kris and Michel. So Kris served 52-13=39 rooms and Michel served 39-13=26 rooms.
George served=156-39-26=91 rooms.

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Mahfuz1469 wrote:
Afc0892 wrote:
Rooms common for both Kris and Michel = LCM(3,4) = Multiple of 12 from 25 to 180, i.e, 36 to 180. = (180-36)/12 + 1 = 13.
Number of rooms for George = 156-52-39+13 = 78.

13 rooms are common to both Kris and Michel. So Kris served 52-13=39 rooms and Michel served 39-26=13 rooms.
George served=156-39-26=91 rooms.

Hope this helps.

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I believe you meant to type Michael served 39-13=26, not 39 - 26=13,that would make sense!

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Mahfuz1469 wrote:
Afc0892 wrote:
13 rooms are common to both Kris and Michel. So Kris served 52-13=39 rooms and Michel served 39-26=13 rooms.
George served=156-39-26=91 rooms.

Hope this helps.

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I believe you meant to type Michael served 39-13=26, not 39 - 26=13,that would make sense!

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Yeah. Sorry for my silly mistake. Thank you for your correction.
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Mahfuz1469 wrote:
Afc0892 wrote:
Rooms common for both Kris and Michel = LCM(3,4) = Multiple of 12 from 25 to 180, i.e, 36 to 180. = (180-36)/12 + 1 = 13.
Number of rooms for George = 156-52-39+13 = 78.

13 rooms are common to both Kris and Michel. So Kris served 52-13=39 rooms and Michel served 39-13=26 rooms.
George served=156-39-26=91 rooms.

Hope this helps.

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