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17 votes

Examples of patterns that eventually fail

6 votes

what is the value of the digit in the ones place of the following?

4 votes

If the set of primes where $p$, $p+2$ is infinite, would this imply that the set of $p$ and $p+2n$ is also infinite?

4 votes
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Olympiad Mathematical Kosovo 2012 (Problem grade 9)

3 votes

Solve $x^3 +1 = 2y^3$

2 votes

Quintic diophantine equation

1 vote

Nice sequences related to the Diophantine equation $d^{m+1} =a^{m}+ b^{m}+ c^{m}$

1 vote

How would one prove that $\sqrt{n}$ is the largest divisor that needs to be checked to determine if $n$ is prime?

1 vote

Forms $apq +b = r^{n} $ where p,q,r are primes

1 vote

prime numbers and some conjectures

0 votes

Learning patterns and the maths

0 votes

Convert this figure to watts , where W = 1 J/s , and then estimate the average per capita energy consumption rate in watts.

0 votes

Prove that all values $n$ which are odd can be written in one of two forms: $4q+1$, $4q+3$ with a non-negative integer $q$?

0 votes

smallest positive number

0 votes

Finding the integer solutions

0 votes

number of multiples of 4 that are multiples of 4 even if you permute their digits

0 votes

Methods for quartic diophantine equation

0 votes

How do you find solutions to $2 x^2 +3 x +1 = y^2$ using integers for $x,y$

0 votes

Solving a system of Pell and Pell-like equations

0 votes

Quintic diophantine equation

0 votes

Computing recurrences

-1 votes

Diophantine equation $a^m + b^m = c^n$ ($m, n$ coprime)

-1 votes

Solving a system of Pell and Pell-like equations

-1 votes

Is mathematics considered a science

-4 votes

Is there any branch of Mathematics which has no applications in any other field or in real world?