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 Dr J R Stockton Posts: 3 Registered: 12/4/12
Posted: Dec 8, 2012 2:13 PM

In sci.math message <6wRoX+N1xSwQFw+U@invalid.uk.co.demon.merlyn.invalid
>, Thu, 6 Dec 2012 23:38:29, Dr J R Stockton <reply1249@merlyn.demon.co.
uk.invalid> posted:

>In that calculation, longcalc uses only elementary arithmetic, as used
>to be taught in schools in my day. Your proof, however, is 50%
>incomprehensible to me. Though it may well be right. Longcalc found an
>error in *a* printed representation of (3^349-1)/2, which you might have
>difficulty with. Fx : checks : I think it has found another one.

Can anyone (or more) please provide here the last ten decimal digits (in
order) of ((3^349)-1)/2, freshly and independently calculated and not
copied from any other medium, and not using my LongCalc or VastCalc?

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