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Topic: (1 + 1/x)(1 + 1/y)(1 + 1/z) is an integer
Replies: 40   Last Post: Apr 23, 2014 1:23 PM

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 gnasher729 Posts: 419 Registered: 10/7/06
Re: (1 + 1/x)(1 + 1/y)(1 + 1/z) is an integer
Posted: Apr 23, 2014 1:23 PM

On Monday, April 14, 2014 5:24:25 AM UTC+1, George Cornelius wrote:

> 1.1.1 8.000
> 1.1.2 6.000
> 1.1.4 5.000
> 1.2.3 4.000
> 1.3.8 3.000
> 1.4.5 3.000
> 2.2.3 3.000
> 2.5.9 2.000
> 2.6.7 2.000
> 3.3.8 2.000
> 3.4.5 2.000

You missed one. 2,4,15.

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4/10/14 Karl-Olav Nyberg
4/11/14 sharma.kunapalli@gmail.com
4/11/14 Peter Percival
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4/11/14 Peter Percival
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4/12/14 Peter Percival
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4/15/14 Peter Percival
4/12/14 Barry Schwarz
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4/12/14 sharma.kunapalli@gmail.com
4/13/14 Peter Percival
4/13/14 Virgil
4/13/14 Peter Percival
4/13/14 Virgil
4/13/14 Peter Percival
4/13/14 Peter Percival
4/13/14 Port563
4/13/14 sharma.kunapalli@gmail.com
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4/14/14 George Cornelius
4/23/14 gnasher729
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4/19/14 52%
4/18/14 Devil with the China Blue Dress
4/22/14 quasi
4/23/14 Port563
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