20200929, 10:19  #56  
Romulan Interpreter
Jun 2011
Thailand
2^{2}·7·11·29 Posts 
Quote:
You can compare A217120 and A081264 every time you want, to see if any common terms. Last fiddled with by LaurV on 20200929 at 10:19 

20201006, 10:42  #57 
"Roman V. Makarchuk"
Aug 2020
Ukraine
2·17 Posts 
А чи не вкинути нам трішки гівна у вентилятор?))
My life means nothing in the Great Equation! (Thodin, AstralB Pair) This was fun! So, lets continue) Factors of Fibonacci numbers. If p is prime, F(p)=П(k*p±1), F(p)  Fibonacci number, k  some integer numbers. In general, for any n=(p1^k1)*(p2^k2)*(p3^k3)... F(n)=П(k*p1±1)*(k2*p2±1)(k3*p3±1)... This easy proven by induction (from very start of Fibonacci sequence) Outcome from this simple, and may be unknown rule is huge. This is tini part of my current and i guess new knowlege, if I don't throw up this math bullshit, this lead us to the Symbolic factorization of numbers)))))))) 
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