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Re: [PrimeNumbers] Form b^p-(b-1)^p: New record PRP reported!

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  • mikeoakes2@aol.com
    In a message dated 27/02/04 21:02:46 GMT Standard Time, cemmanu@yahoo.com ... (a) You don t have to recall , you could read my post - which goes up to
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      In a message dated 27/02/04 21:02:46 GMT Standard Time, cemmanu@...
      writes:


      > P.S. : If I recall, b=4 or 5 was the more dense.
      >
      (a) You don't have to "recall", you could read my post - which goes up to
      exponent 10000 for all bases up to 100.
      (b) ..."the more dense" is a peculiarly meaningless expression unless given
      content - which is...??

      -Mike Oakes



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