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# m,n are positive integers and more than 5, given that (m^2+1)(n^2+1)

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m,n are positive integers and more than 5
Given that (m^2+1)(n^2+1). Find the greatest integer that divides m*n?

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16 Nov 2017, 08:26
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m,n are positive integers and more than 5
Given that (m^2+1)(n^2+1). Find the greatest integer that divides m*n?

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