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The numerator of a fraction is multiple of two numbers. One of the numbers is greater than the other by 2. The greater number is smaller than the
denominator by 4. If the denominator 7+C (C > -7) is a constant, then the minimum value of the fraction is???

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The numerator of a fraction is multiple of two numbers. One of the numbers is greater than the other by 2. The greater number is smaller than the
denominator by 4. If the denominator 7+C (C > -7) is a constant, then the minimum value of the fraction is

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12 Nov 2017, 07:50
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The numerator of a fraction is multiple of two numbers. One of the numbers is greater than the other by 2. The greater number is smaller than the
denominator by 4. If the denominator 7+C (C > -7) is a constant, then the minimum value of the fraction is???

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