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At what point did I serve two rows at once?

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So, while passing the sacrament in my church last week, I noticed that at some point I had found myself serving two rows at one time. I counted nine rows in the middle. I took all the odd-numbered rows and my buddy on the other side took all the even-numbered rows.

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Find the LCM of 3 and 2, which is 6. That means that I must have served the sixth row and the fifth row at the same time.
 

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Homework Statement


So, while passing the sacrament in my church last week, I noticed that at some point I had found myself serving two rows at one time. I counted nine rows in the middle. I took all the odd-numbered rows and my buddy on the other side took all the even-numbered rows.

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The Attempt at a Solution


Find the LCM of 3 and 2, which is 6. That means that I must have served the sixth row and the fifth row at the same time.
What does "I counted nine rows in the middle" mean? If you took the odd rows how could you have taken row 6? :confused:
 
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