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Re: Is f(pq) = f(p) * f(q) for all positive integers values of p and q? [#permalink]
Anyone else have any thoughts? I'm struggling to come up with an example that statement 2 breaks for.
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Re: Is f(pq) = f(p) * f(q) for all positive integers values of p and q? [#permalink]
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Anyone else have any thoughts? I'm struggling to come up with an example that statement 2 breaks for.

b. If f(p) = 2p it applies. If f(p) = 2 + p it doesn't. Insufficient.
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