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Any two digit number can be expressed as 10a + b, where a and b are whole numbers between 0 and 9. Powered by Blogger. This sounded like a really interesting proof, and I guessed it was related to our base 10 numbering system. B · 2 years ago 0 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Report Abuse No this is absolutely not true if you record 53

A transposition of 2 will be divisible by 99, etc. Log in to Reply Leave a comment Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment. Solve the given system of equations. 4a + 10c = 1 –10a = 16 2b + 9c = 16? For example, should two line items exist that need to be entered into a spreadsheet or other recording mechanism, if the amount from item A is accidentally recorded in the line

So a transposition of 1 will be divisible by 10-1 = 9. The blog has moved! - Just a reminder that this blog has moved! Your books are out of a balance and the result divides by 9, it most likely the result of a transposition error.  To correct this, simply review the transactions entered, find Privacy, Disclaimers & Copyright COMPANY About Us Contact Us Advertise with Us Careers RESOURCES Articles Flashcards Citations All Topics FOLLOW US OUR APPS YOUR CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTSMAXIMISING YOUR WEALTH Toggle navigation HomeTeamExpertiseClientsBusiness

This can affect areas like tax liability, should the error create a large enough difference. Honestly, there is really no way to not tell your manager. For example: Say my deposit should be 337.00 and I have the following checks: 121 36 42 130 8 But when I add them all up I get 364. Book Review: The Logic of Scientific Discovery by Karl Popper Book Review: Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell Most popular (all time) Book Review: The Didache: A window on the earliest Christians

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