- Hello, Group.

Can someone calculate the length of N= (2^1660693)*(2^1660693+21)+1?

I esimated it as [(2*1660693)*((log 2)/(log 10))] as someone suggested

and arrived at L(N)= 999,999. How inaccurate is it?

Thanks, Bill. - --- leavemsg1 <leavemsg1@...> wrote:
> Hello, Group.

? 2*1660693*log(2)/log(10)

>

> Can someone calculate the length of N= (2^1660693)*(2^1660693+21)+1?

>

999836.8131784078460461793726

> I esimated it as [(2*1660693)*((log 2)/(log 10))] as someone suggested

My answer's very accurate,

> and arrived at L(N)= 999,999. How inaccurate is it?

It appears that you've mixed 1660693 and 1660963.

Phil

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http://mail.yahoo.com >Can someone calculate the length of N= (2^1660693)*(2^1660693+21)+1?

GMP gives : 998838

>I esimated it as [(2*1660693)*((log 2)/(log 10))] as someone suggested

>and arrived at L(N)= 999,999. How inaccurate is it?

[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]- --- Jacques Tramu <jacques.tramu@...> wrote:
> >Can someone calculate the length of N= (2^1660693)*(2^1660693+21)+1?

Maybe it does, maybe it doesn't, but it's the wrong tool for the job.

>

> >I esimated it as [(2*1660693)*((log 2)/(log 10))] as someone suggested

> >and arrived at L(N)= 999,999. How inaccurate is it?

>

> GMP gives : 998838

Calculating the value of a simple expression you're only going to find the size

of is lazy thinking.

The size of a^b is b times the size of a.

The size of a*b is the sum of the sizes of a and b.

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http://mail.yahoo.com - I get about 6.5*10^999836. This would indicate a length of 999837

digits.

- David

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+1?

> --- Jacques Tramu <jacques.tramu@...> wrote:

> > >Can someone calculate the length of N= (2^1660693)*(2^1660693+21)

> >

suggested

> > >I esimated it as [(2*1660693)*((log 2)/(log 10))] as someone

> > >and arrived at L(N)= 999,999. How inaccurate is it?

job.

> >

> > GMP gives : 998838

>

> Maybe it does, maybe it doesn't, but it's the wrong tool for the

>

find the size

> Calculating the value of a simple expression you're only going to

> of is lazy thinking.

>

> The size of a^b is b times the size of a.

> The size of a*b is the sum of the sizes of a and b.

>

> Phil

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