1967 IMO Problems/Problem 3


Let $k, m, n$ be natural numbers such that $m+k+1$ is a prime greater than $n+1.$ Let $c_s=s(s+1).$ Prove that the product \[(c_{m+1}-c_k)(c_{m+2}-c_k)\cdots (c_{m+n}-c_k)\] is divisible by the product $c_1c_2\cdots c_n$.


The solution can be found here. [1]

See Also

1967 IMO (Problems) • Resources
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Problem 2
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Problem 4
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