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comment Calculating the product of 3 numbers in an iterative way
How do you extend your answer for $a,b,c,d$ ?
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comment Calculating the product of 3 numbers in an iterative way
@Arthur of course :) that is the simplest (IMO) case, and I believe I can explain it while waving hands
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Where did you plot this diagram ?
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comment How to prove that either $2^{500} + 15$ or $2^{500} + 16$ isn't a perfect square?
@AkshajKadaveru can you explain why in quadratic residues you chose $\pmod{3}$ and $\pmod{4}$?