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A farmer is taking her eggs to the market in a cart, but she hits a Pothole, which knocks over all the containers of eggs. When she put the eggs in groups of two, three, four, five, and six there was one egg left over, but when she put them in groups of seven they ended up in complete groups with no eggs left over. Now she needs to know how many eggs she had and is there more than one possibility.

The first thing I did was to read the pow aging on my own. I out when she put her eggs in groups of two there is one left over. The number cannot be a multiple of two. Also three four five and six can’t be a multiple of this number. If there were no eggs left over when put into groups of seven there must have been a multiple of 7 eggs. Now need to find multiples of seven. 7,14,21,28,35,42,49,56,63,70,77, 84,91,98, 105,112,119,126,133,140,147 ,154,161,168,175,1 82 ,189,196 ,203 ,210, 217, 224, 231 ,238, 245, 252 ,259, 266, 273, 280,287,294,301 Then you cross out all the numbers that are divisible by 2,3,4,5, and 6. So I got161 and 301 as the numbers that cannot be multiples 2, 3,4,5,6.

| 3 * 4 * 7 = 8449 + 84 = 133. No good. 133 is not good because it is not a multiple of 7133 + 84 = 217. No good. 217 because it is not a multiple of 7217 + 84 = 301. Good| | |
I got 301 because you get a remainder of 1 for the numbers: 2,3,4,5 and 6. So the smallest number of eggs is 301. But there is other solution. But usually what you're looking for is the smallest solution, so 301 is probably the answer you want.

One day a boy was going to the basketball court he had six sets of balls. When he was getting there he trip on a rock letting all the ball falling out the net. Now he needs to found out how many balls were in the nets. He know when he put the balls in groups two, three, four, five and six three was one ball left over, but when she put them in group of seven they end up a complete groups with no eggs left over....

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Period 5
The Broken EggsPOW #1
1. Problem Statement:
A farmer has some eggs in a cart, and is going to market them. She accidently breaks every egg. She doesn’t remember how many she had, but she remembers some things. She knows that when she put them in groups of 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, there was one egg left over. When she put them in groups of 13 no eggs were left over. You need to find out how many eggs there are in total.
2. Process:
I first thought about a common multiple of 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. The least common multiple of those numbers is 60. I know the amount of eggs the farmer has must be a multiple of 60 plus 1. It has to be a multiple of 60 plus 1, because any multiple of 60 plus 1 divided by 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 will result with a remainder of 1. Then I wrote some multiples of 60 and added 1.
60 | + | 1 | = | 61 |
120 | + | 1 | = | 121 |
180 | + | 1 | = | 181 |
240 | + | 1 | = | 241 |
300 | + | 1 | = | 301 |
360 | + | 1 | = | 361 |
420 | + | 1 | = | 421 |
480 | + | 1 | = | 481 |
540 | + | 1 | = | 541 |
600 | + | 1 | = | 601 |...

...EGGSEggs are laid by females of many different species, including birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish, and have been eaten by mankind for thousands of years.[1] Bird and reptile eggs consist of a protective eggshell, albumen (egg white), and vitellus (egg yolk), contained within various thin membranes. Popular choices for egg consumption are chicken, duck, quail, roe, and caviar, but theegg most often consumed by humans is the chicken egg, by a wide margin.
Egg yolks and whole eggs store significant amounts of protein and choline,[2][3] and are widely used in cookery. Due to their protein content, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) categorizes eggs as Meats within the Food Guide Pyramid.[2] Despite the nutritional value of eggs, there are some potential health issues arising from egg quality, storage, and individual allergies.
Chickens and other egg-laying creatures are widely kept throughout the world, and mass production of chicken eggs is a global industry. In 2009, an estimated 62.1 million metric tons of eggs were produced worldwide from a total laying flock of approximately 6.4 billion hens.[4] There are issues of regional variation in demand and expectation, as well as current debates concerning methods of mass...

...POW (Broken Eggs)
A farmer is taking her eggs to the market when her cart tips over shattering all of the eggs. She goes to an insurance agent unsure of how many there actually were. She needs to know this to tell the agent though. However, she does know that when she put the eggs in groups of two, there would be one left over. This also seemed to be true for groups of three, four, five, and six. But when she put them in groups of seven, there were an equal number of eggs in each group with none left over.
At first glance, some people might assume the answer is 49 because from simply looking at the problem you would say “Oh, 7 goes evenly into 49, with nothing left over” and from quick thinking you would assume the other numbers would too. But when you try and do the math, you realize that all of the numbers need to go into 48 with 1 left over, and most do, but 5 does not go evenly go into 48 with one left over. So the answer could not possibly be 49.
I began this problem not really sure how to start. I knew that the answer would have to be a multiple of seven so I went from there. Starting from 49 (because I thought it wouldn’t be 49 or lower), I tried each multiple of seven until I got to 140. This is when I started to rethink my strategy, I knew there had to be a more logical way of looking at this. I talked to my friend Michelle who made it clear there was a simpler way of...

...POW Problem Statement
A. A farmer is going to sell her eggs at the market when along the way she hits a pot hole causing all of her eggs to spill and break. She meets an insurance agent to talk about the incident, and during the conversation he asks, how many eggs did you have? The farmer did not know any exact number, but proceeded to explain to the insurance agent that when she was packing the eggs, she remembered that when she put the eggs in groups of 2-6 she had even groups with 1 left over, but when she put them in groups of 7 she had even groups of 7 with none left over.
B. Why does groups of 2,3,4,5 or 6 results in 1 left over egg, but groups of 7 has an equal amount of eggs with none left over. What # of eggs has equal groups of 2,3,4,5, or 6 with one left over and 7 goes into the number evenly.
C. They think the answer is 49 eggs because 7 goes into 49 eggs evenly with none left over.
D. It cannot be 49 eggs because if it were 49 then 2-6 would need to go into 48 evenly to have a left over egg, but 5 does not go into 48 evenly which is why 49 wouldn’t work
POW Process
A. My initial ideas concerning the task is we need to find a number that has 2,3,4,5 and 6 go into that number evenly with 1 left over and have 7 go into it...

...IMP POW 1: The Broken Eggs
Problem Statement:
A farmer’s cart hits a pothole, causing all her eggs to fall out and break. Luckily, she is unhurt. To cover the cost of the eggs, her insurance agent needs to know how many she had. She can’t remember the number, but can remember some problems she had when packing the eggs. When she put the eggs in groups of two to six eggs, there was always one left over. However, in groups of seven, there were none left over. From what she knows, how can she figure out how many eggs she had?
Process:
First, I thought the answer would be forty-nine. Then, I realized my mistake and tried to think of different ways to do it. I decided to make a chart showing the remainders of the numbers two to six into multiples of seven. I then started to find a pattern. I noticed that the number two has a remainder of one every other multiple of seven, the number three has a remainder of one every two multiples, the number four has a remainder of one every three multiples, and so on. I marked a dot every time there was a remainder of one. I knew that when I had dots marked from two through seven, that would be the answer. So I set out on the long journey of calculating when there was a remainder of one until I reached a number that was all filled up.
Solution:
Using my process, I found that the number of eggs the farmer had...

...DEFINITION OF EGGS
A structure which the females of certain animal species lay as a means of reproduction, it contains a fertilized zygote and nutrition in the form of yolk for the developing offspring. Sometimes it contains other substances (e.g., the white of a hen's egg), sometimes surrounded by a protective outer shell.
Animal reproductive body consisting of an ovum or embryo together with nutritive and protective envelopes especially the thin-shelled reproductive body laid by female birds.Oval reproductive body of a fowl (especially a hen) used as food.Otherwise known as the ovum. Some domesticated birds do not lay eggs.
Egg also can define as the oval or roundish body laid by domestic poultry and other birds, tortoises, etc. It consists of a yolk, usually surrounded by the "white" or albumen, and inclosed in a shell or strong membrane.
Structure of eggs
HISTORY OF EGGS
Celebrated since the dawn of time, the egg is a symbol of fertility, creation and new life. Though long considered a springtime food, it has now become an essential ingredient in all of our culinary traditions.
The ancient Persian and Celtic cultures celebrated the spring equinox with the gift of red-dyed eggs. The eggs were shared at a meal, and afterwards, the shells were carefully crushed, a ritual to drive away winter....

...Eggs are laid by female animals of many different species, including birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish, and have been eaten by humans for thousands of years.[1] Bird and reptile eggs consist of a protective eggshell, albumen (egg white), and vitellus (egg yolk), contained within various thin membranes. Popular choices for egg consumption are chicken, duck, quail, roe, and caviar, but the egg most often consumed by humans is the chicken egg.
Bird eggs have been valuable foodstuffs since prehistory, in both hunting societies and more recent cultures where birds were domesticated. The chicken was probably domesticated for its eggs from jungle fowl native to tropical and subtropical Southeast Asia and India before 7500 BCE. Chickens were brought to Sumer and Egypt by 1500 BCE, and arrived in Greece around 800 BCE, where the quail had been the primary source of eggs.[5] In Thebes, Egypt, the tomb of Haremhab, built about 1420 BCE, shows a depiction of a man carrying bowls of ostrich eggs and other large eggs, presumably those of the pelican, as offerings.[6] In ancient Rome, eggs were preserved using a number of methods, and meals often started with an egg course.[6] The Romans crushed the shells in their plates to prevent evil spirits from hiding there.[7] In the Middle Ages,...

...1) What is an Entity Manager?
1) It is the service object that manages entity life-cycle instances.
2) It is a set of entity instances.
3) It is a unique value used by the persistence provider.
4) It is a value that is used to map the entity instance to the corresponding table row in the database.
Solution : 1
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2) Which of the following properties of an entity specifies the propagation of the effect of an operation to associated entities?
1) Cascade
2) Ownership
3) Cardinality
4) Direction
Solution : 1
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3) Which of the following entity manager methods forces the synchronization of the database with entities in the persistence context?
1) flush
2) refresh
3) contains
4) merge
Solution : 1
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4) Which of the following options is true about mapped superclass? .i
1) It is a plain Java technology interface that is designated with the MappedSuperclass annotation.
2) It is created to provide state and the corresponding object/relational mapping information to child classes through the inheritance mechanism.
3) It can be passed as arguments to methods of the EntityManager or uery interfaces.
4) It is a target of a persistent relationship.
Solution : 2
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5) Which of the following options is a...

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