Last edited by FamilyGuy34; March 7th 2010 at 05:16 PM.
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Originally Posted by FamilyGuy34 prove that if p1, p2, ....... pn are distinct prime numbers with p1 = 2 and n > 1, then p1, p2,........pn +1 can be written in the form 4k + 3 for some integer k Hint: I know that every odd integer can be written as 4k + 3 for an integer k
Try to write 5 as 4k+3, for some integer k....
And the first claim's false, too: cannot be written as 4k+3 for no integer k.
Check what you're trying to achieve.
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