20051216, 17:55  #1 
Dec 2005
Italy
2 Posts 
lucaslehmer theorem
Hello,
there are various generalization of the lucaslehmer test,for example one is in http://mathworld.wolfram.com/LucasLehmerTest.html for N+1. I think that i've found another generalization to the theorem and proved the sufficent part. but it seems that the necessary part is beyond my mathematical skill.so,suppose that the theorem that i'm speak about it is not know,my question is: do i have to spent months(years?) to gain the right amount of math knowledge and try to complete the proof,and maybe let another person discover the same thing, or it's better to release an incomplete theorem and let the necessary part to someone else? 
20051216, 18:04  #2  
Nov 2005
2^{4}×3 Posts 
Quote:
John 

20051216, 19:27  #3  
Feb 2004
France
2·457 Posts 
Quote:
It is the same for the Pépin's test. It can be used for proving the primality of a kind of Generalized Fermat Numbers, see Saouter . Let describe your findings here. Better Mathematicians than me will help you to understand if it is new or not. Tony Last fiddled with by T.Rex on 20051216 at 19:32 

20061219, 17:24  #4 
Dec 2006
3 Posts 
new one
S(n)=2*S(n1)^2 1 where S(0)=2

20061220, 17:40  #5 
∂^{2}ω=0
Sep 2002
República de California
2D57_{16} Posts 
A.k.a. "LLT in slight disguise."

20061220, 17:44  #6 
Nov 2003
2^{2}·5·373 Posts 

20130615, 03:10  #7 
Nov 2011
2^{2}·3 Posts 
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