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 2021-12-06, 10:05 #1 dimas   Dec 2021 1 Posts Help me please solve this equation with pari gp find all primes not exceeding 10 ^ 8, in the ternary notation of which the number of twos is equal to the total number of zeros and ones it should be 187914
 2021-12-06, 11:21 #2 paulunderwood     Sep 2002 Database er0rr 22×1,063 Posts Code: c=0;forprime(p=3,10^8,V=digits(p,3);W=[0,0,0];for(v=1,#V,W[V[v]+1]++);if(W[3]==W[2]+W[1],c++));c 187914 Last fiddled with by paulunderwood on 2021-12-06 at 11:28
2021-12-06, 17:07   #3
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 2021-12-06, 18:08 #4 Batalov     "Serge" Mar 2008 Phi(4,2^7658614+1)/2 2×4,951 Posts This looks like a homework (and wrong forum), and now the homework is ruined. S/he will simply turn it in and get credit that s/he doesn't deserve.
2021-12-06, 18:31   #5
paulunderwood

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 Originally Posted by Batalov This looks like a homework (and wrong forum), and now the homework is ruined. S/he will simply turn it in and get credit that s/he doesn't deserve.

2021-12-06, 18:34   #6
chalsall
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 Originally Posted by Batalov S/he
"They" also works (at least, in English)...

 2021-12-06, 19:29 #7 Batalov     "Serge" Mar 2008 Phi(4,2^7658614+1)/2 2×4,951 Posts One shall be ashamed of credit that they didn't deserve.
2021-12-06, 20:09   #8
EdH

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by Batalov This looks like a homework (and wrong forum), and now the homework is ruined. S/he will simply turn it in and get credit that s/he doesn't deserve.
This was my first thought, but did PaulU actually give the answer wanted? The OP seemed (to me) to ask for a list of those primes, rather than a count There is still work to do on the OP's part to study how to get the listing of primes.

2021-12-07, 01:23   #9
Batalov

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 Originally Posted by EdH This was my first thought, but did PaulU actually give the answer wanted? The OP seemed (to me) to ask for a list of those primes, rather than a count There is still work to do on the OP's part to study how to get the listing of primes.
That's like when a college student is required to run a mile, and instead asks you to give them a lift to 10 feet from the finish line. "I will still have to run 10 feet, right?"

2021-12-07, 03:14   #10
EdH

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by Batalov That's like when a college student is required to run a mile, and instead asks you to give them a lift to 10 feet from the finish line. "I will still have to run 10 feet, right?"
Yeah! That's right. Your avatar is quite fitting. . .

2021-12-07, 04:07   #11
Batalov

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by EdH Yeah! That's right. Your avatar is quite fitting. . .
Exactly.
But the bigger question is "which avatar?"
which of them? there is a dozen

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