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Topic: number problem
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mathguy

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Registered: 6/23/13
Re: number problem
Posted: Jun 24, 2013 1:05 AM
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i meant max(S) <= 20000.

On Sunday, June 23, 2013 10:01:52 PM UTC-7, japo...@gmail.com wrote:
> well, if you read my first post, i wrote a program that confirms the conjecture is true for size of S <= 20000. The related putnam problem is unfortunately gone, as it's one of those problem of the day thing that I found on the web days ago.
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