ramsri_00 Profile Answers by ramsri_00 Mar 22nd, 2010 Assume ,n=Number of cats and m=Number of mice per cat Given that,n*m=999919 and m>n Solution,n*m=(1000000-81)=100^{2}-9^{2}=(100+9)*(100-9)=109*91=109*13*7Finally , n*m=109*13*7The following possibilities are rules out because m>nNumber of Mice per cat (m)Number of cats(n)911097109*1313109*71109*7*13109*13*71So n and m can take the following values (possibly) Number of Mice per cat (m) Number of cats(n) 109 91 109*13 7 109*7 13 I think any of the above 3 could be the answer.Let me know if you get to know any other solution!!!

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