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Topic: Rational solution
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Pomeli Ghosh

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Rational solution
Posted: Dec 5, 1996 6:10 PM
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Given conditions: u,v are rationals such that 1 < u < 2; uv = 1

y = (1 + x^u)^v

Conjecture: Both x and y can not be rational.

Any comments about the validity of the conjecture shall be appreciated.







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