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Old 2018-11-08, 05:28   #1
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The concept of higher degree inverses has already been introduced in thread: a tentative
definition.

Conjecture: k, the degree of inverse of p, a prime number, is not bounded.
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The concept of higher degree inverses has already been introduced in thread: a tentative
definition.

Conjecture: k, the degree of inverse of p, a prime number, is not bounded.
It seems that, r, the number of prime factors of a Carmichael number is conjectured to be not bounded.
The two conjectures (that pertaining to k and that pertaining to r may be related I.e. if one of them is proved the other can be taken as proved.
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