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shivgaur
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Mar0911, 09:58 AM (EST) 

"Number Theory Problem"

The question is: Show that there are positive integers m and n, with m > n, such that 2^m – 2^n is a multiple of 2011. You do not need to find particular values of m and n, but just show that they exist. Any lines of attack for this problem?
Shiv 

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