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    Prime- numbers

    Find 15 prime numbers p_{1},p_{2}.....,p_{15}
    and  p_{i}> 7 :
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p_{1}^{4}+p_{2}^{4}+p_{3}^{4}+p_{4}^{4}+...+p_{15}  ^{4}=1499<br />
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    Quote Originally Posted by dhiab View Post
    Find 15 prime numbers p_{1},p_{2}.....,p_{15}
    and  p_{i}> 7 :
     <br />
p_{1}^{4}+p_{2}^{4}+p_{3}^{4}+p_{4}^{4}+...+p_{15}  ^{4}=1499<br />
    This doesn't even make sense.

    \sum_{j=1}^{15}p_j^4>15\cdot 7^4>1499
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