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Topic: ----- ----- impossible equation
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SB Karmakar

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Registered: 5/26/11
Re: ----- ----- impossible equation
Posted: Apr 1, 2013 11:11 AM
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On Thursday, March 28, 2013 2:32:27 PM UTC-4, Deep wrote:
> Consider the following equation for the given conditions.
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> a^(1/5).(2^m.T)^(1/5) = R^(1/2) (1)
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> Conditions: a, m,T,R are integers each >1 such that a, T odd and R is non-square; a, T coprime.
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> Conjecture: (1) has no solution.
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> Any comment upon the correctness of the conjecture will be appreciated.


Thanks quasi many times. Maybe you would like to comment upon the posting on 3/26/13
----- ---- --- conjecture on a diophantine equation.



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