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It follows that n has 9 · 5 · 5 · 5 = 1125 positive divisors. If d = 4202 , 4 4 then 420 d is also a divisor, and the product of these two divisors is 420 . We can thus partition 1124 divisors of n (excluding 4202 ) into 562 pairs of divisors of the form d, dn , and the product of the two divisors in each pair is 4204 . Hence the answer is 4204·562 · 4202 = 4202250 . Putting the last three examples together gives two interesting results in number theory. For a positive integer n denote by τ (n) the number of its divisors.
Setting a = 1 in the last example leads to a property of the Fermat numbers, which will soon be discussed. 23. Determine whether there exist inﬁnitely many even positive integers k such that for every prime p the number p 2 + k is composite. Solution: The answer is positive. First note that for p = 2, p 2 + k is always composite for all even positive integers k. Next we note that if p > 3, then p 2 ≡ 1 (mod 3). Hence if k is an even positive integer with k ≡ 2 (mod 3), then p 2 + k is composite for all all primes p > 3 ( p 2 + k is greater than 3 and is divisible by 3).
Assume that N = a1 a2 . . an is divisible by 5n and has only odd digits. Consider the numbers N1 = 1a1 a2 . . an = 1 · 10n + 5n M = 5n (1 · 2n + M), N2 = 3a1 a2 . . an = 3 · 10n + 5n M = 5n (3 · 2n + M), N3 = 5a1 a2 . . an = 5 · 10n + 5n M = 5n (5 · 2n + M), N4 = 7a1 a2 . . an = 7 · 10n + 5n M = 5n (7 · 2n + M), N5 = 9a1 a2 . . an = 9 · 10n + 5n M = 5n (9 · 2n + M). The numbers 1 · 2n + M, 3 · 2n + M, 5 · 2n + M, 7 · 2n + M, 9 · 2n + M give distinct remainders when divided by 5. Otherwise, the difference of some two of them would be a multiple of 5, which is impossible, because 2n is not a multiple of 5, nor is the difference of any two of the numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, 9.