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A question of primes (Posted on 2005-06-08) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Find the smallest integer n that makes 11 x 14^n + 1, a prime number, or, prove that it doesn't exist.

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  Subject Author Date
SolutionPuzzle SolutionK Sengupta2008-11-21 00:41:34
AnswerK Sengupta2008-11-07 01:27:45
re(3): incomplete solu - thinking betterpcbouhid2005-06-22 15:18:51
Some Thoughtsre(2): incomplete solu - thinking betterNick Hobson2005-06-22 11:36:15
re: incomplete solu - thinking betterpcbouhid2005-06-22 03:26:54
re: incomplete solupcbouhid2005-06-21 16:55:39
incomplete soluphi2005-06-21 09:11:13
re: Trial and Errorpcbouhid2005-06-11 23:23:27
Questionre: Trial and ErrorNick Hobson2005-06-11 14:19:38
Hints/TipsTrial and ErrorPaddy2005-06-11 11:26:39
SolutionModulo solutionNick Hobson2005-06-09 12:30:05
alsoarmando2005-06-09 07:17:26
Solutionfull solutionRobby Goetschalckx2005-06-08 14:00:19
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