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Use Inclusion-Exclusion principle to find the number of natural numbers less than 900 are relatively prime to 900?

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Use Inclusion-Exclusion Principle to find the number of
permutations of
the multiset {1, 2, 3, 4, 4, 5, 5, 6, 6} such that any two
identical integers are not adjacent.

use
inclusion-exclusion to find the number of binary strings of length
5 that have at least one of the following characteristics: start
with a 1, end with a 0, or contain exactly two 1s

Each natural number greater than 1 is either a prime number or
is a product of prime numbers

Using inclusion-exclusion, find the number of integers
in{1,2,3,4, ...,1000} that are not divisible by 15, 35 or 21.

Distributions of Distinct Objects to Distinct Recipients
and using the principle of inclusion-exclusion:
Let X={1,2,3,...,8 } and Y={a,b,c,d,e}.
a) Count the number of surjections from X to Y.
b) Count the number of functions from X to Y whose image consists
of exactly three elements of V.

In number theory, Wilson’s theorem states that a natural number
n > 1 is prime
if and only if (n − 1)! ≡ −1 (mod n).
(a) Check that 5 is a prime number using Wilson’s theorem.
(b) Let n and m be natural numbers such that m divides n. Prove the
following statement
“For any integer a, if a ≡ −1 (mod n), then a ≡ −1 (mod m).”
You may need this fact in doing (c).
(c) The...

Use the principle of Mathematics Induction to prove that for all
natural numbers 3^(3n)-26n-1 is a multiple of 169.

A positive integer is called a novenary if all of its prime
factors are less than or equal to 9. Find two sets A and B of
distinct novenary numbers so that if you sum the square roots of
the numbers in A and subtract the sum of the square roots of the
number in B the answer is close to zero.

Prove that a natural number m greater than 1 is prime if m has
the property that it divides at least one of a and b whenever it
divides ab.

A natural number p is a prime number provided that the only
integers dividing
p are 1 and p itself. In fact, for p to be a prime number, it is
the same as requiring that
“For all integers x and y, if p divides xy, then p divides x or p
divides y.”
Use this property to show that
“If p is a prime number, then √p is an irrational number.”
Please write down a formal proof.

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