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    How to prove 161038 is pseudoprime?

    Help me!....I don't get it!

    How to prove 161038=2x73x1103 is pseudoprime base 2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by konna View Post
    Help me!....I don't get it!

    How to prove 161038=2x73x1103 is pseudoprime?
    Aren't there like a million different kid of pseudoprimes? Lucas pseudoprimes, Fermat pseudoprimes, etc.?
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    Quote Originally Posted by konna View Post
    Help me!....I don't get it!

    How to prove 161038=2x73x1103 is pseudoprime?

    Oh! sorry sorry prove it by fermat's little.
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