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 Primary Product (Posted on 2003-06-02)
Do there exist three integers in Arithmetic Progression whose product is prime ? If Yes, then what are the three integers and if No, then why ?

[Note: The numbers: x1, x2, x3, x4, x5, x6,........ are said to be in Arithmetic Progression if (x2 - x1) = (x3 - x2) = (x4 - x3) = (x5 - x4) = ........ and so on].

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 Subject Author Date What is Prime? Prime Numbers vs Prime Elements Dej Mar 2006-07-24 15:02:22 Solution Lawrence 2003-08-24 18:41:08 maybe not too easy? mark hartman 2003-06-10 18:15:14 re(3): One and Only Gamer 2003-06-03 12:41:33 re(2): One and Only Sanjay 2003-06-03 09:50:36 re: One and Only Charlie 2003-06-03 08:48:16 One and Only Sanjay 2003-06-03 07:00:49 re(2): Easy ... Sanjay 2003-06-03 06:54:13 re: Easy ... Gamer 2003-06-03 02:11:11 re: EASY! Alpha Tiger 2003-06-02 20:47:14 Easy ... Alpha Tiger 2003-06-02 20:44:58 re: perhaps TomM 2003-06-02 16:17:57 EASY! Tim Axoy 2003-06-02 14:51:54 Off the top of my head... Brian Smith 2003-06-02 13:41:36 re: perhaps DJ 2003-06-02 11:41:39 perhaps Alan 2003-06-02 10:29:31 re(3): Umm DJ 2003-06-02 10:13:16 Oops! Gamer 2003-06-02 09:54:40 re(3): Umm Charlie 2003-06-02 09:30:37 re(2): Umm Gamer 2003-06-02 09:24:20 re(3): Umm Charlie 2003-06-02 09:24:15 re(2): Umm Charlie 2003-06-02 09:22:32 re(2): Umm DJ 2003-06-02 09:19:37 re: Umm Bryan 2003-06-02 08:30:10 Umm DJ 2003-06-02 08:27:03

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