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How many positive integers· less than 20 are equal to the sum of a pos

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How many positive integers· less than 20 are equal to the sum of a positive multiple of 3 and a positive multiple of 4 ?

(A) Two

(B) Five

(C) Seven

(D) Ten

(E) Nineteen

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How many positive integers· less than 20 are equal to the sum of a positive multiple of 3 and a positive multiple of 4 ?

(A) Two

(B) Five

(C) Seven

(D) Ten

(E) Nineteen


multiple of 3 ; 3,6,9,12,15 = 6
multiple of 4 ; 4,8,12,16,20 = 5 ; but 12 is common so 4
6+4 = 10 multiples
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can you please elaborate what the question actually means......the meaning seems ambiguous to me
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