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comment Given the factors of $N$, is there a method for computing the factors of $N-1$ or $N+1$?
Generally and "sadly" the same way as with Fermat factorization method. Although I have found some exceptions as it is with the main branch of odd Collatz. Maybe there are some more complicated patterns in other branches.
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revised Given the factors of $N$, is there a method for computing the factors of $N-1$ or $N+1$?
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answered Given the factors of $N$, is there a method for computing the factors of $N-1$ or $N+1$?
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revised $5n+1$, $3n-1$ problem, smallest repeating cycle and Collatz conjecture
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