- --- In email@example.com,
Lio David <maths_forall@...> chose to define:
> A super-pseudoprime (to base b) is a pseudoprime to base b whoseIt follows that every Super Poulet that is not a semiprime
> composite divisors are again pseudoprimes to base b, and which is
> not a semiprime
> A super-Poulet number is a Poulet number whose
> every divisor d divides 2^d - 2.
is *indeed* a super-pseudoprime in base 2.