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Math Olympiad Question: Sum of powers of two

Is there a number that is a sum of two powers of 2, and ends with 3 zeros? The answer is yes! For example, =14474011154664524427946373126085988481658748083205070504932198000989141205000 How about n zeroes? Check out last month’s problem of the month at: Question: Solution:   Featured … Continue reading

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