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 All/Any different? (Posted on 2005-08-16)
Given positive integer n, consider the set of numbers {n²+1, n²+2, ... (n+1)²}. If we pick two numbers x and y out of that set, how many different values can the product xy take?

 See The Solution Submitted by Federico Kereki Rating: 3.5000 (6 votes)

 Subject Author Date re(4): Where's the proof? Josh70679 2005-08-20 21:06:55 re(3): Where's the proof? Richard 2005-08-20 09:30:09 re(2): Where's the proof? Josh70679 2005-08-20 08:18:30 re: Where's the proof? Josh70679 2005-08-20 06:18:59 Where's the proof? Richard 2005-08-20 02:00:01 re(2): wait a second... Josh70679 2005-08-17 21:59:24 re: wait a second... pcbouhid 2005-08-17 21:43:24 re: wait a second... owl 2005-08-17 18:55:39 wait a second... Josh70679 2005-08-17 18:38:51 re(4): what am I missing? - to Josh Josh70679 2005-08-16 23:28:11 re: A hint owl 2005-08-16 23:15:33 A hint Federico Kereki 2005-08-16 23:11:35 re(3): what am I missing? - to Josh pcbouhid 2005-08-16 23:08:49 re(3): what am I missing? owl 2005-08-16 23:08:40 re(2): what am I missing? Josh70679 2005-08-16 22:06:21 re: ratings - to owl owl 2005-08-16 21:49:34 ratings - to owl pcbouhid 2005-08-16 20:56:17 re(5): what am I missing? owl 2005-08-16 20:55:17 re(4): what am I missing? pcbouhid 2005-08-16 20:49:59 re(3): what am I missing? owl 2005-08-16 20:43:22 ratings owl 2005-08-16 20:41:00 re(2): what am I missing? pcbouhid 2005-08-16 20:38:10 re: bounds pcbouhid 2005-08-16 20:35:06 re: what am I missing? owl 2005-08-16 20:32:05 what am I missing? pcbouhid 2005-08-16 20:28:52 bounds owl 2005-08-16 20:26:41

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