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2006-01-16, 16:46
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R. Gerbicz
"Robert Gerbicz"
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Greenbank
Definition, (k,n) is a hexadecaproth if (k,n), (k,n+1) and (k,n+2) are octoproths!
Small exercise:
Prove that if (k,n) and (k,n+2) is an octoproth then (k,n+1) is also an octoproth!
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