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    problem with divisibility

    a,b,k are positive integer numbers such that: k|a^2b+1 and k|ab^2+1 prove that k|a^3+1 and k|b^3+1.

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    what does | mean??
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    x|y means: y is divisible by x. Differently: x|y means that exists z (z is integer number) such that y=xz.
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    For forum organization purposes, there has been a new thread started by someone else with the same question.

    http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...ty-155566.html

    Update: The problem has been resolved on the other thread.
    Last edited by undefined; September 8th 2010 at 10:31 AM.
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