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  • leavemsg1
    a new factoring method. ... let x be some odd composite number, say 91. calculate 2*(100-91) = 18, and calculate (100^2-91)^2 -18 = Y. isn t Y always going to
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 29, 2012
      a new factoring method.
      ...
      let x be some odd composite number, say 91.
      calculate 2*(100-91) = 18, and calculate
      (100^2-91)^2 -18 = Y. isn't Y always going
      to be +/-2, +/-1, or 0 away from a factor
      that belongs to 91, even after it may have
      to be divided through by 91 once?
      ...
      Bill
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