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# PS: MODUL+FACTORIAL-5

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For working on mistakes. This is a tough one. Post yous approach; I want to take a look.

|2Z+1|=|Z|!

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23 Jun 2003, 04:47
you are too weak to crash it

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25 Jun 2003, 11:05
x = {0, -1}

No approach, really, just started with zero, looked at +/- integers until L and R sides of equation evidence divergence

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26 Jun 2003, 05:48
The LHS would always be an odd number and the RHS would always be an even number except when Z=0 or -1. Therefore these are the only two solution values for this equation

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PS: MODUL+FACTORIAL-5   [#permalink] 26 Jun 2003, 05:48
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