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How many integers are there between 51 and 107, inclusive

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How many integers are there between 51 and 107, inclusive

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How many integers are there between 51 and 107, inclusive?

A. 51
B. 55
C. 56
D. 57
E. 58

How will i compute this kind of problem?

OA D

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How many integers are there between 51 and 107, inclusive?

A. 51
B. 55
C. 56
D. 57
E. 58
Hi lheiannie07,
Let's take a look at your question.

To find the number of integers between any two given integers, inclusive, we use the formula:
Highest Number - Lowest Number + 1
= 107 - 51 + 1
= 57

Therefore, Option D is correct.

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The integers between 51 and 107, inclusive, are the values in the range from 50 < V <= 107.
Therefore the quantity of these integers is 107-50 = 57 [D]

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lheiannie07 wrote:
How many integers are there between 51 and 107, inclusive?

A. 51
B. 55
C. 56
D. 57
E. 58
To count consecutive integers, use the following formula:
biggest - smallest + 1.

Number of integers between 51 and 107, inclusive:
biggest - smallest + 1 = 107 - 51 + 1 = 57.

The correct answer is D.

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GMATGuruNY wrote:
lheiannie07 wrote:
How many integers are there between 51 and 107, inclusive?

A. 51
B. 55
C. 56
D. 57
E. 58
To count consecutive integers, use the following formula:
[b]biggest - smallest + 1. [/b5
]

Number of integers between 51 and 107, inclusive:
biggest - smallest + 1 = 107 - 51 + 1 = 57.

The correct answer is D.
Thanks a lot!

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lheiannie07 wrote:
How many integers are there between 51 and 107, inclusive?

A. 51
B. 55
C. 56
D. 57
E. 58
When we are including both the first number and the last number, we must add 1 to their difference. Thus, the number of integers between 51 and 107, inclusive, is 107 - 51 + 1 = 57.

Answer: D

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