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#1 2012-08-26 16:18:07

Stangerzv
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Registered: 2012-01-30
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How many Prime from Non-trivial factor of Fermat's Last Theorem?

This is part of my paper, hope nobody ever thought of it yet.

Let

be the primes. Where Pn>2, Then,

Where P(x,y) is the non-trivial factor of Fermat's Last Theorem and could be prime.

Example,

P(x,y)=331 when x=1, y=2

Another Example,

So far I haven't found any prime yet but there are plenty of primes of the form as below within the calculation.

Or in the generalize form:

Example,

Ps=146677501881935178590642884931590473174737559368161423241221 when x=18 and y=19

Last edited by Stangerzv (2012-08-26 18:22:27)

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