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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 2:02 PM


I did notice, a few days ago, that it was just your sylliware that made that error about secondr00ting  and, might as well, since it is totally mainstream, to associate the regular tetragon with secondr00ting.
all that I am saying is that it is moreimportant to understand the secondr00t of three, than the thirdr00t of 2, because it is an important aspect of mensuration (of the hexahedron and its dual, the octahedron).
> 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 secondr00t 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



