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Even and odd powers (Posted on 2005-02-09) Difficulty: 4 of 5
Let [z] mean the Greatest Integer less than or equal to z. Find a positive real number X, such that [X^n] is an even number whenever n is even, and [X^n] is an odd number whenever n is odd.

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  Subject Author Date
re: Solution without full spoilerSteve Herman2005-03-10 18:14:18
Some Thoughtsre: Solution without full spoilerMcWorter2005-03-10 05:21:55
Hints/TipsSolution without full spoilerSteveH2005-03-10 02:13:12
re(4): Uncle!David Shin2005-03-05 17:16:42
re(3): Uncle!Steve Herman2005-03-04 18:36:36
re(2): Uncle!David Shin2005-03-03 19:27:37
re: Uncle!Steve Herman2005-03-03 17:39:18
Uncle!McWorter2005-03-02 23:57:52
Hints/TipsNot just yetDavid Shin2005-02-28 16:37:36
re(5): No SubjectSteve Herman2005-02-28 15:29:23
Curiouser and curiouser!McWorter2005-02-28 13:04:01
re(5): No SubjectMcWorter2005-02-28 03:57:29
re(5): No SubjectRichard2005-02-28 03:04:01
re(4): No SubjectSteveH2005-02-27 18:31:50
re(3): No SubjectMcWorter2005-02-27 00:56:30
re(2): No SubjectMcWorter2005-02-27 00:02:31
re: No SubjectDavid Shin2005-02-26 09:08:31
No SubjectMcWorter2005-02-25 23:10:46
re: Does this work? -ClarificationSteveH2005-02-10 01:40:35
re: SolutionSteveH2005-02-10 01:27:34
SolutionSolutionDavid Shin2005-02-10 00:01:39
Some ThoughtsDoes this work?Dustin2005-02-09 18:44:57
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