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Maximum Value Muse (Posted on 2016-01-14) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Each of M and N is a positive integer such that:
P = (N/4)*√((2M – N)/(2M + N)) is a prime number.

Determine the maximum possible value of P and prove that no higher value of P is possible.

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surprisearmando2016-03-03 04:46:03
Last trayarmando2016-03-02 16:40:41
Last trayarmando2016-03-02 16:40:40
re(2): A better tryarmando2016-03-02 05:13:27
re: A better tryBrian Smith2016-03-02 00:14:27
A better tryarmando2016-03-01 16:41:56
Solution triedarmando2016-01-19 16:40:48
re: Square Thoughtsbroll2016-01-15 10:13:36
Some ThoughtsSquare ThoughtsBrian Smith2016-01-15 09:46:53
Some ThoughtsHmmm.broll2016-01-14 23:09:18
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