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Old 2006-11-07, 15:35   #88
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Originally Posted by troels munkner View Post
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All integers from - infinity to + infinity can be subdivided into three groups.
A. Even integers which will be products of 2 and an other integer.
B. Odd integers divisible by 3 which will be products of 3 and an other
odd integer.
C. Odd integers which are not divisible by 3.
Their general form is (6*m +1), m being an integer from - infinity
to + infinity.
Dear troels

I followed this thread for quite a while now and I always asked myself a very simple question: To which of your three groups do the integer numbers 5, 11, 17, 23, ... belong?

I hope you can enlighten me.

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