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Alternatively, you can look at what n should be such that 48*n contains the factors of 36 namely 2*2*3*3.

so what must n provide so that the product contains the factors of 36?

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This notation is a bit odd, as it implies that n belongs to the real interval. A better way to write it IMO would beLet n∈[0,36)

##\text{Let } n \in \{0, 1, 2, \dots, 35\}##

I would probably do this first, rather than as an alternate approach.Alternatively, you can look at what n should be such that 48*n contains the factors of 36 namely 2*2*3*3.

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