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Topic: ask a Q for help!
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ask a Q for help!
Posted: May 20, 2010 4:04 AM
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an equation (about r,k. m is a constant number): 2m^2+3m+1=2rm+k,here m,r,k are all positive integers.i test (m,r,k) many times,and find that r,k have the only one solution: r=k=m+1. but i cannt prove my guess.who can help me? thanks

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