Prove that if an integer is a perfect square and a perfect cube, simultaneously, then it is either of the form 7k or 7k+1
(The problem belongs to the chapter, division algorithm)

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Standard number theory problem. This should help : http://www.math.wisc.edu/~jensen/567/hwk1.pdf

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