Number Theory Math Olympiad Question and Answer



Check out June’s Math Olympiad Number Theory Problem (from Bilkent University):

Find all triples of positive integers (a, b, c) satisfying (a^3+ b)(b^3 + a) = 2^c.

Give it a try, and then click on the solution to check your answer!

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2 Responses to Number Theory Math Olympiad Question and Answer

  1. ivasallay says:

    Congratulations! Is this a monthly mathematics contest opened to everyone?


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