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More options Aug 2 2012, 9:35 pm
Newsgroups: sci.math.num-analysis, comp.theory, sci.math, sci.logic
From: CS Student <marty.musa...@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2012 18:35:14 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Thurs, Aug 2 2012 9:35 pm
Subject: Re: How a number may be visible by 17^2 and not 17.
On Jul 11, 3:47 pm, "john" <inva...@invalid.com> wrote:

> "Martin Michael Musatov" <musatovatattdot...@gmail.com> wrote in messagenews:29be182f-04d4-4fa7-a450-c0f29be239df@e7g2000yqm.googlegroups.com...

> > 17 is a prime number and when we state 17^2 this also means 17*17 or
> > the same as when we say seventeen squared. Consider the integer 17^2
> > to be represented by the letter variable p2 and the number 17 to
> > represented by the variables p1 or just p. Obviously then p is prime
> > and p1 is prime but p2 is composite. Now imagine another larger
> > composite number q where p^2 or p1^2 is part of the factorization of q
> > is reducible to p^n as the largest prime factor of the large composite
> > q. Now, since if we are obeying the laws of computation and orders of
> > operation it is entirely feasible for large composite q/p^n = p when p
> > is a prime factor and p^n is a prime number to a composite power. But
> > once we take large composite number q and divide it by p^n or p^2 this
> > may be the entire large prime factor base 17 to an exponent removed
> > from the factoring. This is to say if we took out all the 17's by
> > dividing q by p^n then labeled  the resulting smaller composite m
> > (where m is another composite < q), then we have q/p^n=m where m is
> > not divisible by p, but where q was divisible by p^n, but no longer
> > has factor p once the division takes place and large composite q
> > becomes a composite < q represented by variable m.

> > M u s a t o v

> Well, replace 17 by k, then expand your theory.
> Then replace 2 by j, and generalize your case.

> we are waiting........

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On Jul 11, 3:47 pm, "john" <invar...@invalid.com> wrote:

> "Martin Michael Musatov" <musatovatattdot...@gmail.com> wrote in messagenews:j9be18jf-04d4-4fa7-a450-c0fj9bej39df@e7gj000yqm.googlegroups.com...

> > k is a prime number and when we state k^j this also means k*k or
> > the same as when we say seventeen squared. Consider the integer k^j
> > to be represented by the letter variable jpg and the number k to
> > represented by the variables p1 or just p. obviously then p is prime
> > and p1 is prime but jpg is composite. Now imagine another larger
> > composite number q where puja or p1^j is part of the factorization of q
> > is reducible toping as the largest prime factor of the large composite
> > q. Now, since if we are obeying the laws of computation and orders of
> > operation it is entirely feasible for large composite q/pan = p when p
> > is a prime factor and pan is a prime number to a composite power. But
> > once we take large composite number q and divide it by pan or puja this
> > may be the entire large prime factor base k to an exponent removed
> > from the factoring. This is to say if we took out all the k's by
> > dividing q by pan then labeled the resulting smaller composite m
> > (where m is another composite < q), then we have q/pan=m where m is
> > not divisible by p, but where q was divisible by pan, but no longer
> > has factor p once the division takes place and large composite q
> > becomes a composite < q represented by variable m.

> > M u s a t o v

> Well, replace k by k, and then expand your theory.
> Then replace j by j, and generalize your case.

> We are waiting........

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J51 was proved to be NP complete by Stephen Cook in early 70’s.This
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J5j theorem. The common NP complete problems are subset sum problem,
Minesweeper, Traveling
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j59 j. THE PROBLEM
j60
J61 Statement:
J6j the P vs. NP problem has a classic one line statement whether
P=NP?
J63 Mathematically P vs. NP states
J64 P = NP or P # NP i.e. whether or not P is equal to NP.
j65 j.1 MEANING AND DEFINITION OF P & NP: -
J66 P states for polynomial time problems, problems that can be
Effectively solved in polynomial
J67 time by using a deterministic computer. Polynomial time means
Reasonable time in common
J68 terms and in technical terms it means that it is expressible in
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