Unformatted text preview: counterexample. a. If  p a and ( 29 2 2  + p a b , then  p b . b. If  , 1 ≥ n p a n , then  p a . c. If ( 29 2 2  + p a b and ( 29 2 2  + p b c , then ( 29 2 2 p a c . d. If ( 29 2 2  + p a b and ( 29 2 2  + p b c , then ( 29 2 2  + p a c . 5. Section 3.1 Problem # 4 6. Section 3.1 Problem # 10 7. Section 3.1 Problem # 19 8. Does there exist a positive integer n such that n/2 is a perfect square, n/3 is a cube and n/5 is a fifth power? Justify your answer. 9. Section 3.2 Problem # 7 10. Section 3.2 Problem # 12...
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course MATH 4383 taught by Professor Flagg during the Spring '09 term at University of Houston.
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