Stacks

Annie has a total of $ 702. The money must be divided into stacks so that each buyer has the same amounth of dollars. How many options she have?

Correct result:

n =  16

Solution:

702 = 702 × 1
702 = 351 × 2
702 = 234 × 3
702 = 117 × 6
702 = 78 × 9
702 = 54 × 13
702 = 39 × 18
702 = 27 × 26
702 = 26 × 27
702 = 18 × 39
702 = 13 × 54
702 = 9 × 78
702 = 6 × 117
702 = 3 × 234
702 = 2 × 351
702 = 1 × 702




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