If I have a question (for the purpose of this discussion) say:

"How many even numbers are there which are divisible by 7 but less than 50000?"

How do I write this as an algebraic linear (or polynomial) equation?

If I have a question (for the purpose of this discussion) say:

"How many even numbers are there which are divisible by 7 but less than 50000?"

How do I write this as an algebraic linear (or polynomial) equation?

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TopNewestI don't actually get your question or the purpose of your question. But the number of such numbers are \[\left \lfloor{ \frac{500000}{14} }\right \rfloor\ \] – Aditya Parson · 3 years, 2 months ago

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Nah, I only gave the question as an example for the concept I wanted to know more about. Basically, I wanted to know how to frame an equation for the phrase "X is divisible by Y." – Aditya Karekatte · 3 years, 2 months ago

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Note that the numbers you are looking for are exactly the numbers that are divisible by \(14\), because \(14 = 2 \times 7\). – Tim Vermeulen · 3 years, 2 months ago

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