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]]>No. Apart from anything else, it’s easy to show that there must be even numbers of bananas and apples and an odd number of watermelons, otherwise the two sides of the equation will have different values mod 4.

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]]>Bananas=2,000,000,000

Apples=3,732,050,808

Watermelon=2,000,000,000

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]]>I have no idea! It’s possible there is no solution, but proving this seems to be rather nontrivial.

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]]>Don’t be disheartened: literally no one in the world knows a solution to this, or even if one exists!

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]]>I figured 3x3x3 =9. But on second thought that isn’t correct.

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]]>45=44? ðŸ™‚

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]]>You only have to solve a(pwr2) + 5 = m(pwr3). The rest follows from that.

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