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Re: [PrimeNumbers] Strong pseudoprime question

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  • HaReddmann@T-Online.de
    a Carmichel, (Bleichenbacher) 18.215.745.452.589.259.639 * 4.337.082.250.616.490.391 * 867.416.450.123.298.079 =
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      a Carmichel, (Bleichenbacher)
      18.215.745.452.589.259.639 * 4.337.082.250.616.490.391 *
      867.416.450.123.298.079
      =
      68.528.663.395.046.912.244.223.605.902.738.356.719.751.082.784.386.681.071
      is a SPRP to all prime bases from 2 upto 97

      Hagen

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      Von: Barubary <barubary@...>
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      Datum: Freitag, 23. Februar 2001 19:41
      Betreff: [PrimeNumbers] Strong pseudoprime question


      >Are thee any composite numbers that are strong pseudoprimes for 2 different
      >bases? There probably are but I don't know any.
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