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Must be 8x=24+1032k, where k is arbitrary integer, i.e. x=3+129k, where k is arbitrary integer.

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1032/8 = 128 not 129
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So the answer should be

Must be 8x=24+1032k, where k is arbitrary integer, i.e. x=3+128k, where k is arbitrary integer.

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