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Tag Archives: Powers
ndigit integers which are also an nth power
Here are some examples: 1digit: 2digit: 3digit: 4digit: 5digit: 6digit: 7digit: 8digit: 9digit: 10digit: 11digit: 12digit: 13digit: 14digit: 15digit: … Continue reading
Powers & Sum Digits – Num3ers from 2 to 20 — Part 1
Numbers from 2 to 20 – Part 1
x^a + y^b = z^c with 1/a + 1/b + 1/c < 1
…………….. with …………… ………….. …………. ………… Find other examples. —————————————— we need multiples of 3 for the values of … Continue reading
Powers consisting of n distinct digits, averaging n
Could we have more than 6 distinct digits?
3digit num3ers whose odd powers (1 to 19) end with the same num3er
This is the list of all 3 digit numbers, powers 1 to 19
Patterns  (x + y + z)^n – (x^n + y^n + z^n); n = 2,3,5,7
in exponents being the prime numbers 2, 3, 5, 7 : Find out whether the pattern continues with n = 11, 13 … Continue reading
Patterns  Integer N, N^2 = x^3 + y^3
To Be Continued