1984 USAMO Problems/Problem 2
The geometric mean of any set of non-negative numbers is the -th root of their product.
For which positive integers is there a finite set of distinct positive integers such that the geometric mean of any subset of is an integer?
Is there an infinite set of distinct positive integers such that the geometric mean of any finite subset of is an integer?
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