# Reminder and quotient

There are given numbers A = 135, B = 315. Find the smallest natural number R greater than one so that the proportions R:A, R:B are with the remainder 1.

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Calculatin is all wrong.

Smallest number after 1 is 2 .

And 2 also give me the remainder 1.

135/2 and 315/2 calculate yourself.

Smallest number after 1 is 2 .

And 2 also give me the remainder 1.

135/2 and 315/2 calculate yourself.

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