Rainer Rosenthal a écrit : > Martin Musatov wrote: >> firstname.lastname@example.org 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 >>> explaining your way ? >>> > >> 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 > email@example.com > 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