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A One-Seventh Power Problem (Posted on 2006-04-05) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Determine the smallest possible positive integer P which is not a perfect seventh power, but in the decimal expansion of its seventh root, the decimal point is followed by at least ten consecutive zeroes.

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Solution AcknowledgementK Sengupta2006-05-03 12:11:26
SolutionAnalytical solutionTristan2006-04-05 20:59:47
using ExcelBob Smith2006-04-05 14:51:36
Solutionusing ExcelBob Smith2006-04-05 14:44:59
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