20191025, 13:05  #45 
Feb 2019
7·13 Posts 
So let me get you right. Are you saying you want me to explain why your so called weird example doesn't follow Beam's conjecture?

20191025, 13:06  #46 
Feb 2019
7·13 Posts 
So let me get you right. Are you saying you want me to explain why your so called weird example doesn't follow Beal's conjecture?

20191025, 13:19  #47 
Feb 2019
133_{8} Posts 
The explanation to your so called weird example is simply that it cannot be factorised I.e. it cannot be written with brackets that have integer values.

20191025, 13:54  #48  
May 2019
1110001_{2} Posts 
Quote:
Looks like the thread could be locked to protect our sanity. Last fiddled with by 2M215856352p1 on 20191025 at 13:56 

20191025, 13:58  #49 
Jun 2003
17·281 Posts 

20191025, 14:01  #50 
6809 > 6502
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Aug 2003
101×103 Posts
2·4,441 Posts 

20191102, 16:50  #51 
"Serge"
Mar 2008
Phi(4,2^7658614+1)/2
2×19×241 Posts 
Randall explains it all...
A quick bit of staircase wit  it explains this whole thread in one picture:
https://xkcd.com/2217/ these days I watch xkcd in large batches ... and find something that could have been useful somethime ago 
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