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Show that if n = p1p2?pk where p1p2?pkarc distinct primes

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Problem 48E

Problem 48E

Show that if n = p1p2⋯pk where p1p2⋯pkarc distinct primes that satisfy pj — 1 |n — 1 for j = l, 2,…, k, then n is a Carmichael number.

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