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Coincidences in Powers of Integers
Explore whether there are integers for which
is very close to
, for different
,
and
,
. This question relates to current unsolved problems in number theory.
Each successive point is a difference
; the
and
used are given in the tooltip.
Contributed by:
Stephen Wolfram
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Coincidences in Powers of Integers
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Stephen Wolfram
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