We show, step-by-step, how to determine if all integers can be written in the form 13x+10y. We then show how to prove our answer.

## Integers written as 13x+10y

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Blogs, Mathematical Reasoning, MR Study Help## Integers written as 13x+10y

Blogs, Mathematical Reasoning, MR Study Help## Disproving a Theorem

Blogs, Mathematical Reasoning, MR Study Help## Set Equality Proof

Blogs, Mathematical Reasoning, MR Study Help## Proof By Contradiction: There are no integer solutions to 14x+6y=1.

Blogs, Mathematical Reasoning, MR Study Help## Direct Proof: a^{2}=b^{2}mod n.

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We show, step-by-step, how to determine if all integers can be written in the form 13x+10y. We then show how to prove our answer.

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