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# If n is a non-negative integer such that 12^n is a divisor

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If n is a non-negative integer such that 12^n is a divisor of 3,176,793, what is the value of n^12 – 12^n ?
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Re: PS: Value of n^12 - 12^n [#permalink]

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18 Feb 2008, 01:00
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even number can't divide an odd number.

n has to be 0 here and n^12 – 12^n = 0^12 - 12^0 = -1
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18 Feb 2008, 01:07
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B
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even number can't divide an odd number.

n has to be 0 here and n^12 – 12^n = 0^12 - 12^0 = -1

Didn't read the question clearly, I thought it's asking for n =.=

Yes, the above solution is right, it's B.
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