...Down in the Mississipi

In a fload...

John Cale (InTheFload-Black Acetate)

So all of your twenty-four readers, You don't seems in a hurry to contradict me.

I wasn't expecting too many anyway!

I made a few mistake but they don't seems to be lethal to the general dublin of my demo:

In lema 2 you don't need the two positives integers to be mutualy prime to get the implication.

In the "delicat point" as A is built to contains any prime divisor betwen 2 to 2*Y+1 prime(?) whith any divisor of Y, C' or C (I don't remember) must be equal to 1 because if not B'=(C'p''-AX)/y would be divisable by a divisor of A say p''' the min of the non equal to one divisor of C wich is not divisor of Y (because AX is prime whith Y).

So you have not awnsered my question yet.

It is important because if the demo is Holding On (as you my dears) I will put it the correct way (ie in Peano's language) which is a hard job.

Have a Wonderfull Day in our's "Game Whithout Frontiers" world

P.Picaziet

Directeur de la banque d'en face.

Membre de l'académie de pataphysique.

Chercheur en emploi (avec le Code du Travail en main)

Usufruitier du tas de repassage qui m'attend (salut)

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