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Consecutive Conclusion (
Posted on 20140930
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Determine the maximum possible value of N for which 3
^{11}
is expressible as the sum of N consecutive positive integers.
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K Sengupta
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My last solution used exponential notation. I hadn't realized that the numbers were so small, else I would have translated them.
The answer is N = 486, which corresponds to the sum of 122 through 607.
Posted by
Steve Herman
on 20140930 14:56:54
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