Divisibility Problem 3

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Divisibility Problem 2

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  • Saheli Saha May 19th, 2019

    (c) 9

    Saminur Rahaman May 19th, 2019

    (d) None of the above

Divisibility Problem 1

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Do You Know? 2

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Number Theory Problem 41

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  • Saminur Rahaman May 19th, 2019

    (a) true

Do You Know? 1

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Prime Number Problem 25

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  • Priyangshu Pramanick Apr 2nd, 2019

    (a)True

Prime Number Problem 24

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  • Pritam Paul Mar 10th, 2019

    (B) False. Its not always true. As an example if we put 23, we get product of 3 prime numbers.

Prime Number Problem 23

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Prime Number Problem 22

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The polynomial assumes only prime values for n=0,1,2,...39. However, f(n) is composite for n=40.

Hence, the given statement is false.

  • Priyangshu Pramanick Mar 10th, 2019

    False for n=41 and its multiple