77177-1-6 leads to \(\frac{P.}{P}\)

\(77177^{1/6}=6.525012.....\)

\(\frac{\hbar}{l_p}=6.525012....\)

Yes known as numerology. But more to it in this case....

more numerology

\(\frac{77177^{1/6}}{c}=2.17651... \times 10^{-8}\)

\(\sqrt{\frac{\hbar c}{G}}=2.17651... \times 10^{-8}\)

77177 not a prime but a beautiful palindromic, prime factorization 71 × 1087. And dose it exist a number that will return 77177 if you run the 196-Algorithm on it? Just run the inverse 196-Algorithm...

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ExSan wrote:

Esatto.

Non possiamo fisicamente riportarlo in questo articolo, perché è composto da oltre 23milioni di cifre, ma è stato scoperto il più alto numero primo di cui attualmente siamo a conoscenza. Dal momento che questo problema nel trascriverlo è comune a tutti coloro che non possiedono strumenti specialistici, esso è noto più semplicemente come M77232917.

io capisco tutto

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Statistics: Posted by Collector — February 17th, 2018, 8:48 pm

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Esatto.

Non possiamo fisicamente riportarlo in questo articolo, perché è composto da oltre 23milioni di cifre, ma è stato scoperto il più alto numero primo di cui attualmente siamo a conoscenza. Dal momento che questo problema nel trascriverlo è comune a tutti coloro che non possiedono strumenti specialistici, esso è noto più semplicemente come M77232917.

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i.e. what is it?

È stato scoperto un numero primo con oltre 23 milioni di cifre

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velore?? valore?

'K' e fissato? sono fissato con [$]e^5[$]

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Statistics: Posted by ExSan — February 16th, 2018, 12:48 pm

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the taxi number being 1729?.

Cubing the Cube? Unfortunately then we need to call someone else than Bruno. Or did he tell about it on another cab ride?

Statistics: Posted by Collector — February 12th, 2018, 9:13 pm

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Just write "1" 77,232,917 times.

Statistics: Posted by Traden4Alpha — February 6th, 2018, 7:03 pm

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Here is [$]M40[$]

- M40.txt

Statistics: Posted by Cuchulainn — February 6th, 2018, 6:54 pm

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Traden4Alpha wrote:Cuchulainn wrote:This is [$]M50[$] (Mersenne prime, not the highway). I can compute it but it is 120 km long, I need to find a way to store it. In the meantime, here is [$]M33[$]..Takes a few seconds to compute.

[$]M50[$] is easy to store & display! As a 24-bit RGB TIFF image, it would be a square or rectangle of white (RGB[255,255,255]) with a bit more than 3.2 megapixels and cover less than half of a 4k-format monitor. It's almost small enough to fit on my iPhone's screen and definitely fits on my iPad's screen.

TIFF != integer. TIFF can't do algebra.

ASCII string != integer. And unicode is even worse!

Strings on consoles are a horribly inefficient display format -- probably on the order of at least 5 kbits of display memory to show only 3 bits of data.

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Cuchulainn wrote:Traden4Alpha wrote:It is the number that does not end in a zero for all bases up to 2^77232917-1

This is [$]M50[$] (Mersenne prime, not the highway). I can compute it but it is 120 km long, I need to find a way to store it. In the meantime, here is [$]M33[$]..Takes a few seconds to compute.

[$]M50[$] is easy to store & display! As a 24-bit RGB TIFF image, it would be a square or rectangle of white (RGB[255,255,255]) with a bit more than 3.2 megapixels and cover less than half of a 4k-format monitor. It's almost small enough to fit on my iPhone's screen and definitely fits on my iPad's screen.

TIFF != integer. TIFF can't do algebra.

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Traden4Alpha wrote:It is the number that does not end in a zero for all bases up to 2^77232917-1

This is [$]M50[$] (Mersenne prime, not the highway). I can compute it but it is 120 km long, I need to find a way to store it. In the meantime, here is [$]M33[$]..Takes a few seconds to compute.

Statistics: Posted by Traden4Alpha — February 6th, 2018, 3:43 pm

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It is the number that does not end in a zero for all bases up to 2^77232917-1

This is [$]M50[$] (Mersenne prime, not the highway). I can compute it but it is 120 km long, I need to find a way to store it. In the meantime, here is [$]M33[$]..Takes a few seconds to compute.

- M33.txt

Statistics: Posted by Cuchulainn — February 6th, 2018, 3:21 pm

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