# Divisible

• February 9th 2008, 05:38 AM
Divisible
Prove that $7|5^{2n}+(3)(2^{5n-2})$

I tried to use induction on this one. The statement is true for n = 1, assume k is true.

I have $5^{2k+2}+3(2^{5k+3})$

Then $5^{2k}(25)+3(2^{5k-2})(32) \equiv 5^{2k}(4)+3(2^{5k-2})(4) \equiv 0 \ (mod \ 7)$

This right?
• February 9th 2008, 11:16 PM
CaptainBlack
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Prove that $7|5^{2n}+(3)(2^{5n-2})$
I have $5^{2k+2}+3(2^{5k+3})$
Then $5^{2k}(25)+3(2^{5k-2})(32) \equiv 5^{2k}(4)+3(2^{5k-2})(4) \equiv 0 \ (mod \ 7)$