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Find the largest positive integer n such that n^3 + 100 is divisible by n + 10.

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

The hint ive been given is to use (mod n + 10) to get rid of the n.

but i dont quite see how it would work :S

all my attempts have gotten nowhere, lol.

a little prod in the right direction would be nice :)

cheers

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# Homework Help: N^3 + 100

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