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# Adapt the proof in Example 4 in Section 1.7 to prove that

## Problem 33E Chapter 1.8

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Problem 33E

Adapt the proof in Example 4 in Section 1.7 to prove that if n  = abc, where a, b, and c are positive integers, then

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We cannot show directly that from the equation ,where are positive integers.we will prove by contraposition method.

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