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Old 2020-08-02, 06:11   #10
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Originally Posted by axn View Post
That will not probably work. Due to the presence of k, a large range of b's will be perfectly plausible for any given n.
Your point for prime b makes sense. Thanks.

For small k values and large n values only 1-2 b values will be possible.
For small n a large number of b values will be possible.
I am more interested in the first case.


To refine the question I am looking for

k<m*n
c<m*n
n*m>b
with m small
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