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Old 2015-08-19, 20:20   #1
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Default Generalized Fermat numbers (in our case primes)

On page where is S reservation is written this:
Generalized Fermat numbers (GFn's), i.e. q^m*b^n+1 where b is the base, m>=0, and q is a root of the base
Since 4*155^n+1 is Generalized Fermat sequence: I am interested how it can be written to form q^m*b^n+1
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