# Sarah Jane has a set of photographs (fewer than a thousand) which she's going to put in a photograph album.

If she puts 2 photographs on each page, she'll have 1 photograph left over.

If she puts 3 photographs on each page, she'll have 2 photographs left over.

If she puts 4 photographs on each page, she'll have 3 photograph left over.

If she puts 5 photographs on each page, she'll have 4 photographs left over.

How many photographs does she have altogether?

Can this question be done by using simultaneous equations?

Well the answer is odd if that helps...

There is info left out so this problem cannot be solved.

Is nuclear energy man-made or natural and HOW?

Yeah, you need to know how many pages there are.

## OMG I was browsing the archives and saw this question. I know you might never see this post of mine, but I still want to try answering this. :)

I think there are 59 pictures, because
59/2 = 28, with remainder 1
59/3 = 19, with remainder 2
59/4 = 14, with remainder 3
59/5 = 11, with remainder 4
You just need some knowledge on divisibility rules, and a little trial and error. :)