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Old 2015-11-26, 10:48   #23
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this is correct

number 8 :



(11:44) gp > 30474925270400000*3*2*4*5*3*6*7*8
%148 = 3686246960707584000000
(11:44) gp > isprime(%-1)
%149 = 1
(11:44) gp >


before at number 8 and 9 i have write ,30479 but was wrong
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Old 2015-11-26, 10:56   #24
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this is correct

this is number 9:

(11:53) gp > 30474925270400000*3*2*4*5*3*6*7*8*3*2*4*5*6*3*7*8*9
%156 = 4012995891304704245760000000
(11:54) gp > isprime(%-1)
%157 = 1
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right now.
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Old 2015-11-26, 11:20   #25
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numer 10 not

direct number 11

(12:16) gp > 30474925270400000*3*2*4*5*3*6*7*8*3*2*4*5*6*3*7*8*9*3*5*6*7*3*8*9*11
%187 = 6006973289776185691393228800000000
(12:16) gp > isprime(%-1)
%188 = 1
(12:17) gp >
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Old 2015-11-26, 11:41   #26
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number 12:


*3*7*8*9*3*8*9*11*12
%219 = 258961483526405092926701654192947200000000
(12:38) gp > isprime(%-1)
%220 = 1
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Old 2015-11-26, 12:33   #27
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but number 13 is wrong
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Old 2015-11-26, 12:37   #28
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but number 13 is wrong
okay so all I see is random number to me so there's really nothing to program from.
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Old 2015-11-26, 12:43   #29
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Move to misc math...
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Old 2015-11-26, 13:10   #30
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But if now *3* get *5* , the number 13 is right

<*7*8*9*3*8*9*11*12*5*2*4*5*6*7*5*11*12*13
%373 = 18663872040715067857413241620994090598400000000000
(14:05) gp > isprime(%-1)
%374 = 1
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Old 2015-11-26, 13:14   #31
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But if now *3* get *5* , the number 13 is right

<*7*8*9*3*8*9*11*12*5*2*4*5*6*7*5*11*12*13
%373 = 18663872040715067857413241620994090598400000000000
(14:05) gp > isprime(%-1)
%374 = 1
(14:05) gp >
you know you can use the code tags they use the # symbol in the advanced reply setup.
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Old 2015-11-26, 13:37   #32
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okay so all I see is random number to me so there's really nothing to program from.


no probem , is impossible , i know.
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Old 2015-11-26, 13:38   #33
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i know the symbol
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