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- Whole Numbers And Fractions: Time for a little challenge! > Whole Numbers & Fractions Exercise 4 > 5
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The number of soldiers marching in a marching contingent is between 12 to 70.

If they stood in rows of 7 soldiers each, there will be 3 left over.

If they stood in rows of 8 soldiers each, there will be 5 left over.

Find the number of soldiers in the marching contingent.

The correct answer is :

**45**