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comment Can somebody simply explain Wilson's theorem (for a 13 year old)
thank you this is a very valuable answer...
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Ok, Im still kind of stuck. If n is 4, (4-1)! would be 6. 6/1 works, 6/2 works, 6/3 works, but 6/4 doesn't work.... but 4 isn't prime.... and for if n was 5, (5-1)! would be 24. 24/1 works, 24/2 works, 24/3 works, 24/4 works, 24/5 however doesn't work... and that is prime... So I'm a bit muddled up
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comment Can somebody simply explain Wilson's theorem (for a 13 year old)
ok ill try that, but can you answer my question please?
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can you answer my previous question? yes, i read that. I understand what it means, just not how it applies to this situation and how it can help prove whether a number is prime or not – Rohan Kapur 18 mins ago
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comment Can somebody simply explain Wilson's theorem (for a 13 year old)
yes, i read that. I understand what it means, just not how it applies to this situation and how it can help prove whether a number is prime or not
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