What if we take t=999 and then f= g= 999

F+T+G =999*3 = 2997

then the largest integer that t+f+g must be divisible by will be 2997.

Why is this wrong???

What if we take t=999 and then f= g= 999

F+T+G =999*3 = 2997

then the largest integer that t+f+g must be divisible by will be 2997.

Why is this wrong???

This should work with all the values of t. I would choose t to be 111, so t+f+g for me would be 333. Clearly 2997 does not divide 333. The question asks for â€śMUSTâ€ť. Your answer is correct, but only if the question had asked for COULD

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