Date: Nov 27, 2017 3:07 AM
Author: bassam king karzeddin
Subject: Re: The non existence of p'th root of any prime number, for (p>2) prime
On Monday, November 27, 2017 at 9:43:40 AM UTC+3, Zelos Malum wrote:

> >So strange that (Zelos) is still here, maybe you were not convinced of many other recent topics, but never mind to show us how the cube root say for 91 can be found in all your mathematics? wonder!

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> I have shown it you lying sack of crap. Simple dedekinds cuts or cauchy sequence combined with the fact that reals are complete shows it.

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> >I thought truly that you had left since I never see you on any other obvious topic of mine, where also you were challenged but kept so silent wonder!

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> I'll come to any of your topic that I stumble upon and show how stupid you are.

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> >It is also good to remind you that the so easy proof had been published by me and for sure

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> You have never made any proofs. You are too uneducated to make one.

Tell me now what is 91^{1/3}, can't you express it immediately? wonder!

Look, I would try my best to help you (even though you don't deserve it), but in order to help your teachers and so many others who are truly so innocent victims of old inherited foolish mathematics

Example: Sqrt(91) is EXACTLY a distance side of a right angle triangle with other sides (3, 10) UNITS, (DESCRIPTION FINISHED, ref. PT), and that is all (only half line description)

So, again what is your 91^{1/3}, where you are allowed to fill the galaxy by your descriptions, and allowed to ask all your friends and best teachers, and allowed to live forever if you truly can describe it but EXACTLY, the way I did for sqrt(91)

No good luck with impossible tasks for sure

And get it, real moron, I had to dig it very deep into your mind in order to help me rescue the rest of the vast majorities of those astray alleged top most genius mathematicians globally for sure

And if you truly don't want to get it, then it is your bad destiny you had chosen deliberately and very stubbornly for sure

Regards

Bassam King Karzeddin

Nov. 27th, 2017