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A peculiar triplet (
Posted on 20161101
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This triplet of positive integers has this peculiarity:
A product of any its two numbers divided by the 3rd number
has 1 as a remainder.
Find it.
Show that no other exist.
Submitted by
Ady TZIDON
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2,3 & 5
see ken's detailed proof no other triplet exists.
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re(2): hint: how to prove it My cue  just continue
Ady TZIDON
20161104 08:51:22
re: hint: how to prove it My cue  just continue
ken
20161103 22:28:54
hint: how to prove it My cue  just continue
Ady TZIDON
20161102 14:55:51
re(3): The triple without complete proof
Ady TZIDON
20161101 16:16:12
re(2): The triple without complete proof
Charlie
20161101 13:42:44
re: The triple without complete proof
Charlie
20161101 13:40:17
The triple without complete proof
Jer
20161101 13:27:52
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