2020-02-01, 09:58 | #1 |
Mar 2018
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344-28k with k an integer
344-28*10=2^6 344-28*11=6^2 344-28*12=2^3 Given two positive integers m and n, Consider m-k*n with k positive and m-k*n positive. Are there other numbers m, n, k such that for consecutive k's m-k*n is a power? In the example for consecutive k=10,11,12 344-28*10 is a power 344-28*11 is a power 344-28*12 is a power |