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A rational number problem (Posted on 2006-10-02) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Determine the total number of rational numbers of the form m/n, where m and n are positive integers such that:

(A) m/n lies in the interval (0, 1); and

(B) m and n are relatively prime; and

(C) mn = 25!

NOTE: "!" denotes the factorial symbol, where n! = 1*2*3*......*(n-1)*n

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  Subject Author Date
More primesLarry Settle2006-10-07 15:25:46
re: The restCharlie2006-10-07 00:27:02
The restLarry Settle2006-10-06 22:45:03
Solutionhere they areCharlie2006-10-06 16:20:12
re: Primes correctionCharlie2006-10-06 15:57:52
Primes correctionLarry Settle2006-10-05 17:40:44
primesLarry Settle2006-10-04 16:21:12
re(2): Got itCharlie2006-10-04 00:08:54
Some Thoughtsre: Got itDej Mar2006-10-03 15:01:39
re(2): Got itJer2006-10-03 07:32:48
re: Got itCharlie2006-10-02 15:04:58
SolutionGot itJer2006-10-02 14:35:17
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