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Proof by Condratiction, Mathematics
"Prove by contradiction that no root of the equation
x^18 2x^13 + x^5 3x^3 + x  2 = 0
is an integer divisible by 3"
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Posted Date: 10/28/2012 6:24:31 AM  Location : United States
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