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Topic: Looking for who originally conjectured the following theorem
Replies: 24   Last Post: Jun 9, 2009 9:45 PM

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 Denis Feldmann Posts: 490 Registered: 9/12/07
Re: Looking for who originally conjectured the following theorem
Posted: May 23, 2009 4:59 PM

Rainer Rosenthal a écrit :
> Martin Musatov wrote:
>> alainverghote@gmail.com wrote:
>>> Rainer Rosenthal wrote:
>>>> Here is another easy one: n = 2, 71^p, p?
>>>>
>>>> Solution: p=4, 71^p=25411681.
>>>>

>>> Well, why writing "easy one" if you do not mind
>>>

>
>> Now the gate has opened as recognized proven by Musatov (2009)
>> <P==NP>. Define:n=2, #^p

>
> How interesting, indeed. I showed my stupid search method.
> Does it already belong to P? I don't think so. It looks
> heavily like NP.
> What P-method do you suggest?
>
> Cheers,
> Rainer Rosenthal
> r.rosenthal@web.de
>

Isn'it clear tha p and n appear in your sentence above? What more proof
do you want ?

And it should be clear too that this particular troll is too robotic to
have any chance of becoming entertaining someday

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