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Product Divides Sum? (
Posted on 20150512
)
Each of P, Q and R is a positive integer such that P divides Q
^{2}
, Q divides R
^{2}
and R divides P
^{2}
.
Does P*Q*R always divide P+Q+R?
If not, give a counterexample.
If so, prove it.
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Submitted by
K Sengupta
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re(2): Analytical Solution
Comment 3 of 3 
(In reply to
re: Analytical Solution
by broll)
Well put!
And that. of course, would make (1,1,1) the only P,Q,R that meets the puzzle conditions.
Posted by
Steve Herman
on 20150513 06:30:59
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