(In reply to
Last two digits by Nick Hobson)
"By the remainder theorem (also known as the factor theorem), nonzero (a + b) divides (a^n + b^n)."
But if I take a=3, b=1, and n=2, a^n+b^n=10, while a+b=4 and 4 does not divide 10. It is true that ab divides a^nb^n.

Posted by Richard
on 20040130 22:09:15 