--- On Mon, 10/6/08, Mike Oakes <

mikeoakes2@...> wrote:

> --- In primenumbers@yahoogroups.com, "aldrich617" wrote:

> > Let A(x) = 5x^2 - 5x +1

> > with K > 3,

> > and n or p denoting the number of terms in a sequence.

> >

> > For any value of K first find the sum of the

> consecutive integers

> > K1 + K2.....+ Kn = S such that Kn < (3K -1)/2.

[snip]

> Proof of Conjecture 1):

>

> If K is even, n = K/2.

> If K is odd, n = (K-1)/2.

Nowhere is it specified that n is maximal. Of course, it's underspecified if you don't assume that, but all that means is that the problem's underspecified.

Phil