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1. Can't find the answers to this paper, could someone please check my answer to question 1?

I got 3 different pairs of values for m and n:
m=588,n=49
m=204,n=51
m=76,n=57
Thanks

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3. (Original post by solC)

I got 3 different pairs of values for m and n:
m=588,n=49
m=207,n=51
m=76,n=57
Thanks

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I've just entered your first set of values into a calculator and they don't turn out to be 1/12.
4. (Original post by maggiehodgson)
I've just entered your first set of values into a calculator and they don't turn out to be 1/12.
Are you sure? I just checked and 1/588 + 4/49 = 1/12 according to my calculator...

Oh, if you meant the second pair then yes, the value of m should be 204 sorry.
5. (Original post by solC)
Are you sure? I just checked and 1/588 + 4/49 = 1/12 according to my calculator...

Oh, if you meant the second pair then yes, the value of m should be 204 sorry.
I think I must have entered 558 instead of 588.

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