A prime number is given. A sequence of positive integers is determined by this conditon: Prove that there is a term in this sequence, which is a -power of an integer number.
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Anybody can help me ?? Is this so hard?
is a 1-power of an integer . or have I misunderstood?
1 is not prime number. It is harder question. Please help me with this question, I cannot do it anyway..... Please
Originally Posted by Ununuquantium A prime number is given. A sequence of positive integers is determined by this conditon: Prove that there is a term in this sequence, which is a -power of an integer number. What do you mean by "p-power?" For example, choose p = 2 (to keep things simple.) Then given an (for instance) we get etc. Are you saying that for some n of this sequence that where k is some integer? -Dan
Yes exactly!! power of an integer means k integer, p prime
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