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Finding the primes

Let \(p, q\) be prime numbers such that \(n^{3pq}-n\) is a multiple of \(3pq\) for all positive integers \(n\). Find the least possible value of \(p+q\). Can anyone please help me out?

Note by Anish Roy
2 months ago

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i am stuck to this problem but can't get any solution. please if anyone can

Anish Roy - 2 months ago

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