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Power 2 Sum Power 3 And 5 (Posted on 2008-10-04) Difficulty: 4 of 5
Determine all possible pair(s) of nonnegative integers (P, Q), that satisfy this equation:

                                         2P = 3Q + 5

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re(4): almost proof NOT TRUESteve Herman2008-10-05 21:24:32
re(3): Charlie --asking moreCharlie2008-10-05 19:12:03
Questionre(2): Charlie --asking moreAdy TZIDON2008-10-05 18:18:11
re(3): almost proof NOT TRUEAdy TZIDON2008-10-05 18:08:55
re: asking Charlie -- more detailCharlie2008-10-05 12:51:05
re: asking CharlieCharlie2008-10-05 11:29:30
Some Thoughtsre(2): almost proof NOT TRUESteve Herman2008-10-05 10:58:05
Some Thoughtsre: almost proof NOT TRUEAdy TZIDON2008-10-05 05:24:35
almost proof ;-)Daniel2008-10-05 00:46:33
Questionasking CharlieAdy TZIDON2008-10-04 20:12:39
Solutioncomputer solution--no proof of completenessCharlie2008-10-04 15:48:05
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