Seminars at SMU Delhi
March 27, 2019,
3:30 PM at Seminar Room 2
On a Conjecture of Erdos on Squares in Arithmetic Progression
Abstract of Talk
A remarkable result of Erdos and Selfridge states that a product of a two or more consecutive integers is never a perfect power. Erdos conjectured that if a product of $k$ consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression is a perfect power, then $k$ is bounded explicitly. In this talk, I will give an overview of the problem with emphasis on the squares case and present some new results.
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