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Fermat number and Modulo for searching divisors
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R.D. Silverman
"Bob Silverman"
Nov 2003
North of Boston
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Originally Posted by
CyD
I didn't try to prove that any divisor of
is like
. I know it's known.
I used it in order to demonstrate the following (with the same notation than my previous message)
and for example, if
and with
then
and if you have already prove it and if you know some internet site or book, I am interested by that.
Cyril
I will quote Serge Lang.
Your notation sucks.
I can't be bothered wading through it. If you clean it up and repost
your comments, I will take a look.
Note, however, that trivially m+2 itself is a power of 2.
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