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Cubic Problem: Existence Of A Solution (Posted on 2005-12-28) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Does there exist any positive integral solution of the equation given below?

16(X+Y) + 12(X+Y) + 3(X+Y) = 2,138,156,388

See The Solution Submitted by K Sengupta    
Rating: 3.0000 (2 votes)

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re(2): Full solutiongoFish2005-12-29 13:42:06
Questionre: Full solutionKenny M2005-12-29 10:53:12
SolutionFull solutiongoFish2005-12-29 07:11:42
OK I think I pulled the gum out of my brain - SolutionEric2005-12-29 01:45:25
another small problemSteve Herman2005-12-28 20:29:29
re: small problemgoFish2005-12-28 20:24:34
SolutionSolution!Eric2005-12-28 19:37:31
SolutionSolutiongoFish2005-12-28 15:33:09
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