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Topic: Can someone explain how you would pursue to do the $620
pseudoprime-math problem on this site?

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amzoti

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Re: Can someone explain how you would pursue to do the $620
pseudoprime-math problem on this site?

Posted: Jan 23, 2013 11:51 AM
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On Wednesday, January 23, 2013 4:14:31 AM UTC-8, Pubkeybreaker wrote:
> On Jan 22, 5:48 pm, amzoti <amz...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> > I am having a tough time decoding exactly what he means by:
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> > http://www.pseudoprime.com/pseudo.html
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> > Also, is a heuristic algorithm to approach this with the given data?
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> > I'd like to tackle it, but still haven't gotten my hands around it!
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> > Thanks for any ideas.
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> It has already been extensively looked at.
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> Preda Mihailescu and I took a big whack at it back in summer of 2000.
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> Others have looked as well.
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> I suggest that you forget about it. You don't even understand the
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> problem.


Actually, thank you for saving my time!



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