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That is, if m is the least common d-irYI-Us,. -=,. " Part 1:Arithmetic 18 multiple of numbers c and d, then there are relatively prime integers, u and v, where m = cu = dv. To proceed from here, we need two useful facts: Fact 1: If r, S, t are given integers with r + s = t and if the number n divides any two of the numbers r, S, and t, then n divides the third number. For example, consider 18 + 49. We lcnow that 7 divides 49 but not 18. Therefore, by Fact 1, we know that 7 cannot divide 18 + 49, without even doing the arithmetic.
Let 7 t h > 60 satisfy 9, . If ni 2 77 = 7 11= pn pj, we let n be tlie largest iiiteger such tliat p yl 13, * y,, i in. I p2 y,, > p,)+ y ,,+, . + S m; this contriidicts the inaiinality oC ri. Thus we inust have 60 < ,tn < 77. ly 5 7 < m. By tlie nrgument in tlie proof of tlie lemina, m inust he divisible by al1 of the primes 2, 3, 5 , and 7 witli ;it inost one exception. Tlierefore, m is divisible by 105, by 70, by 42, or 30; the only possibility is 70. Pl because 33 is less thm 70 and p h e to 70, but not a priine power.
Mask ITariiscl~fbr liis Iielp with MATLAB, Di-. Jaizies 1,yiicli for his iriterest ancl eizcotirageiuent, tlle Revsreiid Kent Gilbert fos ii~oralsupport ailcl occasioilal entertaiiiment, ancl Dr. Lihby Jones for tjinely susteilance. l. K. 1. Beclcer aild M. ~,Cari~biiclgc Univcrsity Press, Cainbridge, UK, 1969. 2. v,Addisoii-Wesley, Reading, MA, 1990. 3. J. y,Pseiltice-Hall, Upper Saclclle River, NJ, 1997. Originally appeared as: Jones, Rafe and Jan Pearce. " Mathematics Magazine. vol. 73, no. 2 (April2000): pp.