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# If a and b are two-digit positive integers greater than 10

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Re: If a and b are two-digit positive integers greater than 10 [#permalink]
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Gmatprep550 wrote:
Hi gmatbusters,

Thanks for quick response, I guess I got your point and wanted to make sure what I understood is correct.

As per your below mentioned statement what I am getting is remainder when a is divided by 11 can not be lower than remainder when b is divided by 11 as it's going to be equal or more.

"We can definitely say remainder when a is divided by 11 can not be lower than remainder when b is divided by 11"
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Re: If a and b are two-digit positive integers greater than 10 [#permalink]
Thanks again for quick response, you rock !!

gmatbusters wrote:
You got it Right.

Gmatprep550 wrote:
Hi gmatbusters,

Thanks for quick response, I guess I got your point and wanted to make sure what I understood is correct.

As per your below mentioned statement what I am getting is remainder when a is divided by 11 can not be lower than remainder when b is divided by 11 as it's going to be equal or more.

"We can definitely say remainder when a is divided by 11 can not be lower than remainder when b is divided by 11"
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