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*To*: [email protected]*Subject*: Re: A Math problem related to cryptography*From*: Human Gus-Peter <[email protected]>*Date*: Mon, 20 Oct 1997 20:42:01 -0600*CC*: [email protected]*Organization*: "It's not homework until *I* say it's homework!"*References*: <[email protected]>*Reply-To*: [email protected]*Sender*: [email protected]

[email protected] wrote: > On 19 Oct 1997 18:36:26 -0500, Jeffery Walker <[email protected]> wrote: > > I have been working on some math and C++ code to implement it. The > >problem relates to a possible new means of factoring. However, I have run > >into a problem which I cannot solve. Indeed it maybe impossible. The > >problem is this: > (why do I get the feeling that I'm doing somebody's homework assignment) > > Claim: In the realm of Integers, There does not exist a formula using only I have another problem related to cryptography: "What is the capital of Nova Scotia?" (I need to know by 10 p.m., cause that's when I have to go to bed) Human Gus-Peter

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