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Supreme Subset (Posted on 2014-01-02) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Let us define the set T = {1,2,3,...,700}. Now, S is a subset of T such that no two numbers in S differ by a difference of 2 or 5.

Determine the largest number of elements that S can have.

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SolutionWe have a consensusSteve Herman2014-01-02 15:25:05
Solutionre: Blindly crossing possible solutionCharlie2014-01-02 15:14:37
Some ThoughtsBlindly crossing possible solutionJer2014-01-02 15:04:41
No SubjectAdy TZIDON2014-01-02 14:27:37
Some Thoughtsre: possible solutionSteve Herman2014-01-02 13:00:00
Solutionpossible solutionAdy TZIDON2014-01-02 10:14:00
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