japiga wrote:Thanks! It make sense if final result is 1/2, but I am little confused with original assignment: 7/(n+9), 8/(n+10),9/(n+11),…. 31/(n+33). Why he have line only with those numbers, not for all, like 32/(n + 34), 33/(n+35).... It seems that this rule is valid for any k/(n+k+2). Do you think so?
if you were allowed to use all the numbers (ie get stuff like 32/(n + 34), 33/(n+35)...) then there would be no value of n that worked (by what I showed), but here we are only allowed to go to 31/(n+33). This restricts things ...making it so there is a solution.