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The no. of points in cartesian plane with integral coordinates satisfying inequalities 1. (x) lesser than equal to k 2. (y) lesser than equal to k 3. (x – y) lesser than equal to k where ( ) represemts modulus is: (k+1) ^3 – k^3 (k+2)^3 – (k+1)^3 (k^2+1)

The no. of points in cartesian plane with integral coordinates satisfying inequalities 1. (x) lesser than equal to k 2. (y) lesser than equal to k 3. (x – y) lesser than equal to k where ( ) represemts modulus is:
  1. (k+1) ^3 – k^3
  2. (k+2)^3 – (k+1)^3
  3. (k^2+1)

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Saurabh Koranglekar
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2 years ago
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