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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 23, 2017 3:08 AM


On Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 5:26:58 AM UTC+3, abu.ku...@gmail.com wrote: > daft; much more important is the secondr00t of three, or, > rather, the ssecondr00t of a third as the edge of the hexahedron;; > it is certainly just the pythagorean theorem, > or at least three of them > > > **Note here I do not ask to construct it exactly, because this was proved impossible construction thousands of years ago, and all the new alleged modern claims of constructions are actually clear cheating, (for sure) > > > > > > BK > > > > BK
When shall you realize that $\sqrt[3]{2}$ is a notation for cubic root of two? whereas you insist to understand it as the second square root of three.
Then certainly you would go so astray in your understanding of the problem!
I also explained it in language before putting it in mathematical computer notations
Please learn the notations first, otherwise you would miss the whole issue
BK



