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Old 2020-12-29, 06:25   #12
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I went to the site that you used.
http://javascripter.net/math/calcula...calculator.htm
I entered 2 in the X field and 109947391 in the Y field, then hit the X^Y button and got:
This computation would take too long as the answer. Most likely your input was truncated.
Try again.
[edit]Further on your screen it says that the result is 1,079,663 digits.
2^109947391-1 is 33,097,463 digits. You are off by a factor of 30[/edit]
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Old 2020-12-29, 06:33   #13
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Wrong I did not use that formula face it guys your beat now go back to your crypto graves along with your cubicles and quit editing my titles your a bunch of weirdos I cracked RSA face it.
You have no idea how much patience we have.
But you will not be the first to be banned. You will not be first even in that.

Just keep this nonsense up. The only reason you don't see the light (of the upcoming train) in the end of the tunnel yet is that it has a turn.
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I have proof and I'm posting the video.
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Old 2020-12-29, 07:07   #14
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Here are the actual starting digits:
432509892355294982790474131681002389135460255206567898941679022613726757109416928861783085582486110.
If you send mprint to a text file it should be 33,097,465 bytes long.
You aren't dealing with the full number. Or a full deck
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Old 2020-12-29, 08:53   #15
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Among other things, every time you say "mer-sen-ne-eh" you make people uncomfortable but they are too polite to point it out. Are you trying to make it more French than it is?

Check the Wikipedia page. Practice the pronunciation. It is simple. Google will help.

Mersenne, Lucas and even Lehmer, all of them are rolling in their graves every time you butcher their names.
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Old 2020-12-29, 18:51   #16
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Here are the actual starting digits:
432509892355294982790474131681002389135460255206567898941679022613726757109416928861783085582486110.
If you send mprint to a text file it should be 33,097,465 bytes long.
You aren't dealing with the full number. Or a full deck

Thanks Uncwilly what a big mistake at least the number is still a mystery. I concede I jumped the gun I guess mprint truncated the number.
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Old 2020-12-29, 18:52   #17
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You have no idea how much patience we have.
But you will not be the first to be banned. You will not be first even in that.

Just keep this nonsense up. The only reason you don't see the light (of the upcoming train) in the end of the tunnel yet is that it has a turn.

I'm sorry Batalov I guess a truncated number through mprint really messed my brain up Uncwilly fixed me up sorry for the trouble.
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Old 2020-12-29, 20:13   #18
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Thanks Uncwilly what a big mistake at least the number is still a mystery. I concede I jumped the gun I guess mprint truncated the number.
It is not mprint that truncated the number. It is how you got the number from mprime into other programs. We have been doing this a while. We know where errors can happen. You are not going to find small factors of Mersenne numbers that Prime95 or other factoring program has missed. Mfactor, Factor5, and the mfakt(x) programs will find factors.
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Old 2020-12-29, 20:14   #19
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Why when I multiply 13 after I divide it by 13 the result = 2^109947391-1
Because you're doing it wrong. I note that 2^6 = 64 is congruent to -1 (mod 13), so that 2^12 is congruent to 1 (mod 13). Now

109947391 = 12*9162282 + 7

so 2^109947391 == 2^7 (mod 13) == 11 (mod 13), so

2^109947391-1 == 10 (mod 13)

as already posted.
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so what you are saying is I should go the full distance on the Lucas Lemer test
Absolutely. I have already told you, that if I have anything to say about it, you will be held to your promise to post a video of the denoument of that test.
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Old 2020-12-29, 20:17   #20
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I'm sorry Batalov I guess a truncated number through mprint really messed my brain up Uncwilly fixed me up sorry for the trouble.
No. Your refusal to listen, read, or think is what messed up your brain. There are no exceptions to a proof. You claimed something just as impossible as saying a number ending in 7 is divisible by 4- it doesn't matter how big the number is.

Your delusions of brilliance stand in the way of you learning even basic facts about the things you are playing with, and your trolling responses to corrections are going to get you banned from this forum. It's ok to be wrong. It's not ok to claim you're special once told you're wrong, or that standard mathematics fails while you succeed- that's simple trolling, and will get you banned.
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Old 2020-12-29, 20:51   #21
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I'm sorry Batalov I guess a truncated number through mprint really messed my brain up Uncwilly fixed me up sorry for the trouble.
It's OK to make mistakes, but you should (1) have some humility when you're learning a new field and (2) try to learn something from the experience. I took the time to find a short, good page explaining the form of Mersenne divisors, which shows that 13 could never be a divisor of 2^109947391 - 1. Hopefully it makes sense and you can understand why all of us could see, without running any code, why your claim was wrong. If not, that's OK too, I can explain some more basic concepts of modular arithmetic -- but take some extra time with (1).

Here's the link so you don't have to go back to page 1:

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You might want to read up on the special form of Mersenne divisors.
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Old 2020-12-29, 21:26   #22
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Wrong I did not use that formula face it guys your beat now go back to your crypto graves along with your cubicles and quit editing my titles your a bunch of weirdos I cracked RSA face it.
Is someone going to ban this nutcase already?
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