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Distinct Value Deduction (Posted on 2014-09-14) Difficulty: 3 of 5
A function F is such that this relationship holds for all real x.

F(x) = F(398-x) = F(2158-x) = F(3214-x)

What is the maximum number of distinct values that can appear in the list F(0), F(1), F(2), ..., F(999).

No Solution Yet Submitted by K Sengupta    
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  Subject Author Date
SolutionSimpler solutionSteve Herman2014-09-16 17:04:38
Some ThoughtsThe Final reduction (spoiler)Steve Herman2014-09-16 16:50:03
yet further reduction (spoiler?)Steve Herman2014-09-16 09:27:29
Some Thoughtsfurther reduction (spoiler?)Steve Herman2014-09-16 09:10:10
possible solutionxdog2014-09-15 13:04:35
re: Do I miss something?Steve Herman2014-09-15 07:20:15
QuestionDo I miss something?Ady TZIDON2014-09-15 05:58:04
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