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  1. #1 Factorization Semiprime number has 232 digits 
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    12572571960779071820051580761856728323024302696751 64500959648952288168418052993778915922276887866987 66106818355140821220824500234693822288806627493976 94513248550586566221313790488502020498419396344818 09981428308594644667979757487771

    =3347807169895689878604416984821269081770479498371 37685689124313889828837938780022876147116525317430 87737814467999489

    x 37554647931442254508706643863714195298379600806783 95405114047269228034412857572567539402522745701635 0936807156349339


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    Point?


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    Quote Originally Posted by PhDemon View Post
    Point?
    No point. They are integers.
    ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat
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    The point is factoring large integers!
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    You've just posted one example, have a biscuit...

    This is a discussion forum, you presented no discussion topic.
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    Thanks for the biscuit! Factorization of big numbers a piece of cake!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Youcef View Post
    Factorization of big numbers a piece of cake!
    OK. Let's try this one:

    37009967103314158837617558175636098042449199558060 01095243046926367922961205633638229740101344697862 88812518485579491857440001974111662513613036319544 339396990127352201693930558187164267029024028
    ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat
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    A piece of cake for PhDemon not for mig, you missunderstand the conversation!
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    One more thing this number:

    37009967103314158837617558175636098042449199558060 01095243046926367922961205633638229740101344697862 88812518485579491857440001974111662513613036319544 339396990127352201693930558187164267029024028

    Is not a semiprime!
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    You were asked for the factors of that number - not whether or not it's semiprime.
    You've also been asked what is the actual topic you wish to discuss. I don't see that noted anywhere.
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    It s obvious ! The number is even, you can divide it with 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Youcef View Post
    One more thing this number:

    37009967103314158837617558175636098042449199558060 01095243046926367922961205633638229740101344697862 88812518485579491857440001974111662513613036319544 339396990127352201693930558187164267029024028

    Is not a semiprime!
    You are right. Copy and paste error. It should have been: 37009967103314158837617558175636098042449199558060 01095243046926367922961205633638229773134101920164 44986004859764911043147546964441891697775267469000 81366918767220208176536758845037946204335433619883 3248696996620972969
    ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat
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    Quote Originally Posted by Youcef View Post
    A piece of cake for PhDemon not for mig, you missunderstand the conversation!
    Then what is the point of this thread?
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