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Some Inverses Sum Inverse (Posted on 2009-07-18) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Determine all possible triplet(s) (E, F, G) of positive integers, with E and F being prime numbers and E ≥ F, that satisfy this equation:

E-1 + F-1 + (E*F) -1 = G-1

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re: analytical solution - similar approachHarry2009-07-18 21:09:53
analytical solutionDaniel2009-07-18 13:20:06
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