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20. (2 points.) Let a and b be integers with b>O. Then there exist integers q and r such that a-b+r and... We can insist that the special number r must lie in a particular range of values. What are those possible vaues? . How many such pairs q and r exist-such that r lies in this special range of values-according to the conclusion of l, and answer the following questions: the theorem? See Johnsonbaughs text as needed (see page 111 of the 7th edition or page 105 of the 8th). Be aware that what he calls n and d, Im calling a and b. tinular order:
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