## Starting with 0, a mathematician labels every non-negative integer as one of five types: alpha, beta, gamma, delta, or

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### Starting with 0, a mathematician labels every non-negative integer as one of five types: alpha, beta, gamma, delta, or

by M7MBA » Thu Sep 17, 2020 1:13 am

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Starting with 0, a mathematician labels every non-negative integer as one of five types: alpha, beta, gamma, delta, or epsilon, in that repeating order as the integers increase. For instance, the integer 8 is labeled delta. What is the label on an integer that is the sum of a gamma raised to the seventh power and a delta raised to the seventh power?

A. alpha
B. beta
C. gamma
D. delta
E. epsilon

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### Re: Starting with 0, a mathematician labels every non-negative integer as one of five types: alpha, beta, gamma, delta,

by Scott@TargetTestPrep » Mon Sep 21, 2020 6:29 am
M7MBA wrote:
Thu Sep 17, 2020 1:13 am
Starting with 0, a mathematician labels every non-negative integer as one of five types: alpha, beta, gamma, delta, or epsilon, in that repeating order as the integers increase. For instance, the integer 8 is labeled delta. What is the label on an integer that is the sum of a gamma raised to the seventh power and a delta raised to the seventh power?

A. alpha
B. beta
C. gamma
D. delta
E. epsilon