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Greatest GCD (Posted on 2014-10-12) Difficulty: 3 of 5
The sequence {S(n)} is defined by the relationship: S(n) = 100 + n2, whenever n is a positive integer.

If G(n) = gcd(S(n), S(n+1)), then find the maximum value of G(n).

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Some Thoughtsre(2): Generalised approach - tying up the loose ends.Ady TZIDON2014-10-13 00:04:20
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Some ThoughtsGeneralised approachbroll2014-10-12 21:57:18
Some Thoughtsre: computer explorationAdy TZIDON2014-10-12 21:33:00
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