London, United Kingdom
I am a lawyer and new to stackoverflow, so please go easy on me.
Is there a solution to the a+b^m=b+c^n=c+a^l for l,m,n >1 and a, b, c distinct odd primes?
asked Jun 1 '10 at 14:08
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