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eg. n=p*q where p,q are primes.

any idea?

thx

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eg. n=p*q where p,q are primes.

any idea?

thx

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Not sure about the former. The latter probably grows by a couple of digits every week

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yes, i mean the largest known n such that n=pq where p,q=primes

thx again

thx again

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[tex](2^{20996011}-1)(2^{13466917}-1)[/tex]

is the product of two primes and has about 10 million digits.

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no problem......

M^2 is the answer, where M is the largest known Prime.

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