Prove that if k and n are positive integers with n>k>1 such that k divides n, then ((2^k)-1) divides ((2^n)-1)
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Originally Posted by mandy123 Prove that if k and n are positive integers with n>k>1 such that k divides n, then ((2^k)-1) divides ((2^n)-1) In general if then divides . This is because thus . Now use identity for factoring .
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