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April 10th, 2017, 06:35 PM   #121
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Could you do a plain old Physicist a favor and run through that for n = 3 or something?

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I understand your assumptions in 2*) (despite some typo) but the way you came to conclusion in 3a*) that A+B-C=0 is absolutely unclear. I can prove that A+B>C.
I looked through your Russian articles but it did not help much to my understanding.
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Are the axioms of mathematics wrong?

WHY a raising of the digit by digit EQUALITY (in basis n)
$\displaystyle 2^{nn}==(xn^2+2^{nn})(yn^2+1)$ mod $\displaystyle n^3$,
where n is a prime number, n>2, x and y are digits y ≠ 0, [and x + 2y==0 mod n],
in the (n-1)-th power, it turns into an INEQUALITY [and x + 4y==0 mod n]?
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nn=n*n=n^2
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