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Three Term Trial (Posted on 2011-01-15) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Prove that the cube roots of three distinct prime numbers cannot be three terms (not necessarily consecutive) of an arithmetic sequence.

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re(2): Restating the ProblemSteve Herman2011-01-16 10:21:03
Some Thoughtspossible solutionbroll2011-01-16 06:07:44
re: Restating the ProblemDaniel2011-01-16 05:35:50
Some ThoughtsRestating the ProblemSteve Herman2011-01-15 23:38:03
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