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Posted on 20041026
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Prove that there are an infinite number of distinct ordered pairs (m, n) of integers such that, for every positive integer t, the number mt + n is a triangular number if and only if t is a triangular number as well
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Victor Zapana
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re: What's this?
Richard
20041101 16:59:10
Reference
Richard
20041027 04:49:38
re: What's this?
Richard
20041026 23:20:17
What's this?
Tristan
20041026 21:55:48
re: Solution
Richard
20041026 18:41:36
re(2): What's a triangular number?
RandyOrton
20041026 18:40:22
re: What's a triangular number?
Richard
20041026 18:27:19
Solution
Old Original Oskar!
20041026 18:24:04
Do I understand the problem?
Jer
20041026 17:33:44
re: What's a triangular number?
Federico Kereki
20041026 17:08:13
What's a triangular number?
Bryan
20041026 16:42:41
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