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Topic: Discrete Maths Number Theory Problem
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Ben Brink

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RE: Discrete Maths Number Theory Problem
Posted: Apr 14, 2013 4:02 PM
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Notice that a^4 divides b^2, so that a^4b^3 divides b^5. Now based on the second hypothesis, what does b^6 divide? Good luck and thanks.
Ben

> Date: Sun, 14 Apr 2013 01:58:15 -0400
> From: discussions@mathforum.org
> To: discretemath@mathforum.org
> Subject: Discrete Maths Number Theory Problem
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> How do i prove the question below?
>
> "Prove that a^2|b and b^3|c then a^4b^5|c^3."





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