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Prime and perfect (Posted on 2015-02-27) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Let n and p be positive integers greater than 1, with p being a prime. Show that if n divides p-1 and p divides n^3-1, then 4p-3 is a perfect square.

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re(2): Solution - may not be completeJer2015-03-01 20:16:44
re: Solution - may not be completebroll2015-02-28 22:03:17
SolutionSolution - may not be completeJer2015-02-28 11:26:35
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