Determine the quotient and remainder , Mathematics

Let a = 5200 and b = 1320.

(a) If a is the dividend and b is the divisor, determine the quotient q and remainder r.

(b) Use the Euclidean Algorithm to find gcd(a; b).

(c) Use your work in part (b) to write gcd(a; b) as a linear combination of a and b.

(d) Give the prime factorization of each of a and b.

(e) Use your answer to part (d) to find gcd(a; b) and lcm(a; b).

 

 

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