Examples: [Formulas followed by prime factorization, as you can see factors 3,7,11,19,23,31 and 43 are missing]
Potential factors for
This should reduce potential factors forand reduce computing space for finding primes.
I have tried up to n=43. Prime factors <44 that were missing were 3, 7, 11, 19, 23, 31 and 43 which exactly halved the no. of potential prime factors. Any value for n to infinity will not be factorable by these no.'s.
The factors repeat themselves every +p value for n. So if they don't occur before
Fermat's Last Theorem states that no three positive integers a, b, and c satisfy the equationfor any integer value of n strictly greater than two.
Letwhere n >2
If we add them together they should=0 if they are opposite.
Fermat's Last theorem is True.
The following is a way to find out if (a) is prime or not using Fermat's Little Theorem.
Rulewill be factorable by all primes <square root a if a is prime, otherwise it won't be.
Fermat's little theorem states that if p is a prime number, then for any integer a, the numberis an integer multiple of p.
I don't know but I would have thought this method would be useful for computers as it only requires a few computations. Don't computers usually have to factor possible factors separately? The numbers are very large though.
Okay, that's fair.
My avatar is because I used to play judo.
I tend to do everything to the extreme also. My friends used to call me Xtreme when I was a bit younger because I used to do everything to the extreme. Jump off things, drink the most and drive stupidly, stuff like that. I have calmed down a lot now but still enjoy a good challenge! I am at a weird point in my life when I am finally feeling better and I just don't know what to do with myself.
I have done some research in case anyone else is interested in climbing it.
It's going to set you back something like £40, 000.
You need to;
Go on a climbing course and then practice
Go on an ice climbing course and then climb a lesser mountain
Do a load of training before attempting the ascent
Also you should know;
70% of attempts are unsuccessful and for every 10 climbers that make the ascent 1 will die trying to
That is a high risk! I'm quite scared now..................................................... Oh well!