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Old 2018-12-03, 19:02   #10
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Originally Posted by goldbug View Post
Yes I think the cases you describe will be useful for cases of 3 or more primes since it will reduce the number of triplets that need to be checked. I still haven't wrapped my head around how to extend the collision method to triplets and beyond but it seems like the problem explodes again a bit anyway.
my cases generalize to multiplicities of primes of form 4k+3 being odd or even in the product.
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