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Old 2007-12-09, 13:28   #1
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is there a list of the algebraic factors of 2^3326400-1
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Old 2007-12-09, 16:56   #2
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There is information about how to calculate algebraic factors in the FAQ. Most of the incompletly factored algebraic factors show up on the Planner page.

http://elevensmooth.com/ElevenPlan.html

This page follows Will Edgington's convention that 2^n+1 is covered under M(2n).
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are there programs that will factor 2^n-1 with n being a highly compostite number
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are there programs that will factor 2^n-1 with n being a highly compostite number
Yes. Ask a silly question, get a silly answer.

Now, why was your question silly?

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i mean algebraicly factor
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i mean algebraicly factor
You still need to think some more. Then you will (probably) realise why your question is silly.

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Old 2007-12-16, 14:27   #7
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i cannot see it
could u please enlighten me
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i cannot see it could u please enlighten me
Heavy hints: factoring programs exist to factor small integers and they are also trivial to write; the exponents in algebraic factors will be factors of the original exponent.

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i was just wondering if there were already programs written that would find them all quickly
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i was just wondering if there were already programs written that would find them all quickly

Yes, there are.

Do you want EVERYTHING handed to you??? You need to go learn
some elementary mathematics.

Why not learn something by writing such a program yourself????
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Old 2007-12-17, 15:56   #11
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i have looked for them but i have not found any yet
i can program but i am rather lazy unfortunately
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