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Sweet little sixteen (Posted on 2021-01-18) Difficulty: 3 of 5

Let P1,P2,P3 be primes larger than 16.

Then (P1)^12+(P2)^12+(P3)^12-3 is divisible by 2^16-16.

Prove it, or provide a counter-example.

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Some ThoughtsNo proof but...Charlie2021-01-18 10:24:57
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