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20972Re: superpseudoprime

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  • djbroadhurst
    Sep 30, 2009
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      --- In primenumbers@yahoogroups.com,
      "djbroadhurst" <d.broadhurst@...> wrote:

      > kannst Du zeigen dass
      > 2^(2^43112609 - 1) - 1
      > ist keine Primzahl, oder dass
      > (2^(2^43112609 - 1) + 1)/3
      > ist keine Primzahl?

      Oh dear, I am out of my linguistic depth:
      I forgot that Norman speaks backwards :-)

      Correction:

      > kannst Du zeigen dass
      > 2^(2^43112609 - 1) - 1
      > keine Primzahl ist, oder dass
      > (2^(2^43112609 - 1) + 1)/3
      > keine Primzahl ist?

      Translation:

      Can you show that
      2^(2^43112609 - 1) - 1
      is not prime, or that
      (2^(2^43112609 - 1) + 1)/3
      is not prime?

      If (like me) you cannot, then you also
      cannot show that the proven Super Poulet
      4^(2^43112609 - 1) - 1)/3
      is also a super-pseudoprime,
      according to the strict definition of Maximilian.

      David (relieved to return to English)
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