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5. (a) If g (n is the nth Fermat number, prove that IIT (k) (n) 2 for every positive integer n. (b) Use part (a) to again deduce that (s (n), (n k) 1 for all positive integers n and k.I was able to solve number 5(a) but I am not really sure on how to solve 5(b) from 5(a). Any help?

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