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Cubic and Consecutive Concern II (Posted on 2010-05-31) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Determine the probability that for a positive base ten integer N drawn at random between 2 and 201 inclusively, the number N3 - 1 is expressible in the form p*q*r, where p, q and r are three distinct positive integers such that p, q and r (in this order) corresponds to three consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression.

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re: Infinite family of solutions - Solution not in the familyBrian Smith2010-06-04 19:58:53
re: Infinite family of solutionsbroll2010-06-02 10:03:22
Some ThoughtsInfinite family of solutionsBrian Smith2010-06-01 20:21:58
False start on an analytic solutionJer2010-06-01 15:14:59
re: analytical solution?Ady TZIDON2010-06-01 09:23:47
analytical solution?broll2010-06-01 07:21:59
re: Initial guidance ???Ady TZIDON2010-06-01 04:44:27
SolutionProgram SolutionBrian Smith2010-06-01 01:38:21
Some ThoughtsInitial guidance ???Steve Herman2010-06-01 01:24:43
Hints/TipsINITIAL GUIDANCEAdy TZIDON2010-06-01 00:09:43
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