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Old 2018-12-13, 02:57   #23
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You could try learning the meaning of the words you use. Tell us what you think "not random at all" means. The first step toward "proof" is using words in the way mathematics uses them.
This is very good advice. It would be useful to clarify your thinking. What behavior do you expect, and how does that differ from the ("random") behavior you would otherwise expect? Until you can define these two things, you haven't even established anything meaningful to discuss.
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Old 2018-12-13, 04:00   #24
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Old 2018-12-13, 08:16   #25
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anyway i found other "coincidences"
so for example: there are two exponents leading to a prime divisible by 139: 3336 and 75894. 3336 and 75894 are also divisible by 6 and they are both congruent to 1 mod 29.
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There are two exponents leading to a prime divisible by 41: 451 and 181015. They both are congruent to 1 mod 6
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I cannot predict nothing, maybe even the smartest man on the earth couldn't do it...the only thing I see is that exponents follow a rule which is completely out of reach by us!
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I cannot predict nothing, maybe even the smartest man on the earth couldn't do it...the only thing I see is that exponents follow a rule which is completely out of reach by us!
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Old 2018-12-13, 11:07   #29
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I meant see this not necessarily post there.
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Old 2018-12-13, 17:34   #31
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I cannot predict nothing, maybe even the smartest man on the earth couldn't do it...the only thing I see is that exponents follow a rule which is completely out of reach by us!
This isn't a bad first try at defining "random". It's just that you keep calling this "not random". Keep trying.
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Old 2018-12-13, 19:20   #32
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There are two exponents leading to a prime divisible by 41: 451 and 181015. They both are congruent to 1 mod 6
Is this unusual?
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Old 2018-12-14, 05:44   #33
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I also know a prime divisible by 41.
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