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## Latest Messages

17-11-24

17-11-24
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17-06-23
I don't see such a proof. Can you please write it in PlanetMath?

17-06-23
Pahio, happy to say "Nick" of Mersenneforum.org has given a simple proof.

17-06-23
Pahio, happy to say "Nick" of Mersenneforum.org has given a simple proof.

17-06-23
Pahio, happy to say "Nick" of Mersenneforum.org has given a simple proof.

17-06-23
Pahio, happy to say "Nick" of Mersenneforum.org has given a simple proof.

17-06-23
Pahio, happy to say "Nick" of Mersenneforum.org has given a simple proof.

17-06-23
Pahio, happy to say "Nick" of Mersenneforum.org has given a simple proof.

17-06-22
Before replying to Pahio's call for proof would like to add that I forgot to add the condition: a and p should be co-prime.

17-06-21
Nice theorem! How do you prove it?

17-06-21
Modified Fermat's theorem: Let a belong to the ring of Gaussian integers Then a^(p^2-1)= = 1 (mod p). Here p is a prime number with shape 4m+1 or 4m+3.

17-04-27
Happy to report that "Nick", on mersenneforum.org, has stated that my conjecture can be taken as proved.

17-04-27
Happy to report that "Nick", on mersenneforum.org, has stated that my conjecture can be taken as proved.