Stunning algebra ( January 8 – January 15, 2014 )

Mysterious n

Find the smallest integer n such that the expression     \displaystyle\frac{14n+17}{n-9}      is a fraction in the form     \displaystyle\frac{pd}{qd}    where p,q,d are positive integers,p and q are co-prime and neither q nor d equals 1.

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Correct answers were submitted by:

1. Ng Hong Jie.Jurong Junior College.Singapore

2. Muthukrishnan .Kle College , Bengaluru

3. Jhay Dela Cruz. Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Taguig

4. Kenny Wong, Jurong Junior College, Singapore

5. Arsh Singh. yourmathguru.com

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