20190312, 08:28  #1 
May 2016
242_{8} Posts 
I don't understand this formula ..(((2^p)2)/p)^2
Good morning ,
I tried this formula and it seems that if the number that returns the result is an integer it happens that p is a prime number, vice versa if it is a float number p = is not a prime number. good day to you. Last fiddled with by Godzilla on 20190312 at 08:29 
20190312, 08:48  #2 
"Robert Gerbicz"
Oct 2005
Hungary
1466_{10} Posts 
Try p=341 (Frédéric Sarrus, 1819!).

20190312, 08:51  #3  
Sep 2002
Database er0rr
7120_{8} Posts 
Quote:
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? ((2^3412)/341)^2 172563239398117273000218395474248723524247825368023692410729784705364145650902467350956998726199306256798037938929706033772341405068055342449427015484989122022407614607963613122004059079503254688702500 See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fermat_pseudoprime 

20190312, 09:01  #4 
Einyen
Dec 2003
Denmark
2×7×223 Posts 
http://mathworld.wolfram.com/FermatsLittleTheorem.html
Only for primes and pseudoprimes is p a factor of 2^p2 which makes (2^p2)/p an integer. 
20190312, 09:08  #5 
May 2016
2×3^{4} Posts 
Thanks to all of you, now I remember trying a similar formula but giving mod 2, I hadn't noticed the similarity.

20190312, 09:34  #6 
Jun 2003
3^{2}·19·29 Posts 
The squaring is useless. It can't turn a fraction into an integer. So, you only need to check if 2^p==2 (mod p). Which is Fermat's little theorem with base = 2

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