Special Primes

Importance: Low ✭
Author(s): George BALAN
Subject: Number Theory
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Recomm. for undergrads: yes
Posted by: maththebalans
on: February 18th, 2011

\begin{conjecture} Let $p$ be a prime natural number. Find all primes $q\equiv1\left(\mathrm{mod}\: p\right)$, such that $2^{\frac{\left(q-1\right)}{p}}\equiv1\left(\mathrm{mod}\: q\right)$. % You may change "conjecture" to "question" or "problem" if you prefer. \end{conjecture}

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All primes are

All primes are p=(q-1)/(order of 2 mod q)

paul newell

q divides 2^((q-1)/P))-1 iff p divides (q-1)/( Order of2 mod q )

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