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Re: The non existence of p'th root of any prime number, for (p>2) prime
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Feb 20, 2017 7:58 AM


On Sunday, February 19, 2017 at 9:19:52 PM UTC+3, abu.ku...@gmail.com wrote: > wTf is that supposed to mean? > > > ($\sqrt[p]{q}$)? > > > > Where (p) is odd prime number, and (q) is prime number
($\sqrt[p]{q}$) is the real positive (supposed!) arithmetical p'th root of the prime number (q), where actually non exists (including all those alleged complex roots with imaginary terms)
So, imagine how fictional is your mathematics, (so unbelievable), and strangely it is still working so smoothly in the supposed finest heads!
I really can not believe it, nor wanting to believe it, but alas it is a perpetual fact indeed!
I had tried all the means to rescue it, but so unfortunately there is not any way (for sure)
But, I finally realized that facts are more better even they are so bitter
And who can stand before the absolute facts then? wonder!
Regards Bassam King Karzeddin 20/02/17



