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Thanks. That was helpful. I don't need it to be exact though if I knew the rate of error I would get a better estimate. Is there anyway to find the x intercepts? I have tried solve but it is just as computational demanding as factoring. I think my... |

Clear[x,p]; p=2564855351; x=3; Monitor[While[x |

This screenshot gives an equation that will solve for the 2 Semi-Prime factors that make up 2564855351. Yes I know they are already known. It is for proof of concept. Where y equals zero x is the smaller factor of the equation. We graph to reveal... |

Attached is a PDF that proves this work. I hope it is clear enough. I need feedback because I am trying to write an article. I know it has to be simplified but does anyone follow this? |

I have used smaller numbers and the graph appeared to work. I post the test here below. I have to use float point. I don’t know the max value an Mathematica type integer can hold. But pnp is an integer, but what I am comparing it too is not. It... |

We are group of mathematicians. Although I am only an amateur, does no one see that this is a polynomial representation of factoring? This is factoring semi-prime numbers. And an error of 0.17 is the difference of finding an 11 digit semi Prime n... |

I know what you are thinking after the last equation: "You call yourself Trurl the Constructor and you throw a junk equation into an already hard to follow problem?" Well I will show you a relationship between Prime numbers that doesn't take... |

I really didnt explain this as clearly as needed because I see that no one commented. I will explain again to get some feedback. The picture I posted above is an orthogonal view of the snowflake. We learn in art classes that every object is a... |