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Old 2014-12-25, 19:49   #23
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What are you smokin', son?
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Old 2014-12-25, 20:48   #24
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What are you smokin', son?
I'm assuming Christmas stress has brought on this recent bout.
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Old 2014-12-26, 11:31   #25
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I'm assuming Christmas stress has brought on this recent bout.
No doubt some socks were received at Christmas. One can put them on one's hands.
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Old 2014-12-26, 16:29   #26
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What are you smokin', son?
lol
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Old 2014-12-26, 18:44   #27
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I'm assuming Christmas stress has brought on this recent bout.
What Christmas?
Russian Christmas is on the 7th of January. For those who celebrate it.
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Old 2014-12-30, 06:53   #28
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C97 = 1569682147091252660426459011903371876173700815531481264645611001275182005048286500549521053784939

Try this one for Christmas.

It is apparently a quite hard number to factorize.

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Old 2014-12-30, 07:39   #29
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C97 = 1569682147091252660426459011903371876173700815531481264645611001275182005048286500549521053784939

Try this one for Christmas.

It is apparently a quite hard ...
/yawn/
You need your apparentometer serviced immediately. It is faulty.

This number takes 2 minutes to factor.
124917870785681646466531593289689829582453 * 12565713273998366817214149865851175556557748151050976863
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Old 2014-12-30, 07:46   #30
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/yawn/
You need your apparentometer serviced immediately. It is faulty.

This number takes 2 minutes to factor.
124917870785681646466531593289689829582453 * 12565713273998366817214149865851175556557748151050976863
Hey, can I post numbers here and have them factored also?

Yay, a free factoring service right here on this board.
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Old 2014-12-30, 08:10   #31
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Thanks for doing that, Batalov!

Much appreciated.

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Old 2014-12-30, 08:20   #32
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Hey, can I post numbers here and have them factored also?
Sure you can.
"Why not do a good deed when it costs you nothing", replied the field mouse to Thumbelina. (at least in the Russian translation, which I remembered since childhood; cannot find it in the H.C.Andersen's original)
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Old 2014-12-30, 08:38   #33
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Sure you can.
Okay, let's start with MMMMM2 and then move on to RSA4096. Just one factor from each will be enough. Although I am not sure about the ordering in terms of hardness so doing them in the opposite order will be fine also.
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