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Divide et impera part two (Posted on 2015-08-26) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Divide et impera asked to divide the set of integers from 1 to 15 into two subsets A & B, so that the sum of the numbers in A equals the product of the numbers in B.

Instead of an upper limit of 15, use n to stand for any positive integer.

Find, with proof for what values of n the task is possible?

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solutionxdog2015-08-26 18:26:37
Some ThoughtsMuch data but no proof--computer explorationCharlie2015-08-26 12:58:28
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