# ≡2(mod3), x≡3(mod 5), x≡4(mod 11) Find the smallest positive integer x.

$\equiv 2\left(\text{mod}3\right),x\equiv 3\left(\text{mod}5\right),x\equiv 4\left(\text{mod}11\right)$ Find the smallest positive integer x.
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Viktor Wiley
$x\equiv 2\left(\text{mod}3\right)=2$
$x\equiv 3\left(\text{mod}5\right)=3$
$x\equiv 4\left(\text{mod}11\right)=4$
the smallest positive integer x = 2