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Rational number's conversion (Posted on 2017-06-18) Difficulty: 4 of 5
Show that every positive rational number can be presented as a ratio of powers' sum in the following way:

(a2+b3)/ (c5+d7)

where a,b,c,d are positive integers, not necessarily distinct.

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No Subjectwarren zephaniah2017-08-18 05:11:34
SolutionAnswerMath Man2017-06-20 07:36:16
SolutionSolutionBrian Smith2017-06-18 20:46:01
Some Thoughtsre: Partial solutionBrian Smith2017-06-18 12:31:58
Some ThoughtsPartial solutionBrian Smith2017-06-18 10:52:24
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