There are 3 positive integers a, b, c such that 1/c=1/a+1/b. If the greatest common divisor of a, b, c is 1, then what type of number must a+b be(e.g square number, cube number, triangular number...)?
(In reply to
Possible solution by broll)
"So a+b . . . can only be square with a GCD of 1 if c=(k1), b=k, and a=k(k1))"
I believe (without proof) that's true for prime c but it fails if c is composite. For example, (a,b,c)=(14,35,10) or (26,143,22) or (114,1330,105) are solutions with GCD=1 but with a different form.

Posted by xdog
on 20200308 12:38:48 