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Topic: Testing the Fermat two perfect square factoring method with a large semi-pr
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dan73

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From: ct
Registered: 6/14/08
Re: Testing the Fermat two perfect square factoring method with a large semi-pr
Posted: Sep 14, 2012 7:13 AM
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> My next test involve two semi-prime composites that
> have both large and small primes that are very
> close to each other and will appear in the same
> test that will produce a total of four prime factors
> for both semi-primes.
>
> Dan


I am wrong here.
This is not possible because each semi-prime creates
their own discrete sequence (b) so no perfect
square is possible in all of sequence (b) except the one
created from that semi-prime.

Dan



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