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### MATH135 - Assignment4 Solutions

Course: MATH 135, Fall 2007
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135 MATH Assignment #4 Hand-In Problems Fall 2007 Due: Thursday 11 October 2007, 8:20 a.m. 1. Which of the following linear Diophantine equations have solutions? In each case, explain briey why or why not. If there is a solution, determine the complete solution. (a) 28x + 91y = 40 (b) 2007x 897y = 15 2. (a) Determine all non-negative integer solutions to the linear Diophantine equation 133x + 315y = 98000. (b)...

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