Problem Set #49

Problems:  Problem Set #49

Answers:  Problem Set #49_Answers

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2 Responses to Problem Set #49

  1. George deZevallos says:

    Problem 3 is incorrectly answered. I get it that we are assuming integers; however, the question specifically states two different numbers between 1 and 100. That statement rules out using numbers 1 and 100 !

    • Thanks for your comment. You’re right. I should have said “integers” in the problems statement instead of “numbers”. I should fix that. But I do specify the range as being between 1 and 100, inclusive. The term “inclusive” implies that 1 and 100 are included in the possible values of x and y. I noticed that the word “inclusive” wrapped around onto the next line in the problem statement, so I can see how you might have missed that. Thanks for bringing that to my attention. I’m not very happy with my explanation in the video solution, either, so I may re-record that too.

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