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Let \(P(x)\) be a nonconstant polynomial, where all the coefficents are nonnegative integers. Prove that there exist infinitely many positive integers \(n\) such that \(P(n)\) is composite.

 

Note: This is a repost, I don't know what to do if someone doesn't answer so here goes. 

 

BTW here's the link to the original question: https://web2.0calc.com/questions/polynomial-question_4 

 

---------Thanks! laugh

 Mar 20, 2020
edited by madyl  Mar 20, 2020
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You could try solving the problem, instead of expecting someone else to give you the answer.

 Mar 20, 2020
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I have tried... that's why I'm asking.

 Mar 20, 2020

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