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Posted on 20181117
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f(x) = x
^{5}
+ 5x
^{4}
+ 5x
^{3}
+ 5x
^{2}
+ 1
g(x) = x
^{5}
+ 5x
^{4}
+ 3x
^{3}
 5x
^{2}
1
For the above two functions find the sum of all prime numbers p for which there exists a natural number 0 <= x < p such that both f(x) and g(x) are divisible by p.
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Danish Ahmed Khan
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Nicely explained!
Posted by
Ady TZIDON
on 20181119 02:50:22
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