# sci.math

**Looking for an elementary proof of Brun's theorem**,*Paul***Re: Looking for an elementary proof of Brun's theorem**,*Pubkeybreaker*

**Stephen Hawking Solved the Mystery of Big Bang**,*Peterson***Re: Stephen Hawking Solved the Mystery of Big Bang**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Stephen Hawking Solved the Mystery of Big Bang**,*Dirk Van de moortel***Re: Stephen Hawking Solved the Mystery of Big Bang**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: Stephen Hawking Solved the Mystery of Big Bang**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Stephen Hawking Solved the Mystery of Big Bang**,*Frederick Williams*

**Re: Stephen Hawking Solved the Mystery of Big Bang**,*Frederick Williams*

**a number maze puzzle**,*Gary Liu***Re: a number maze puzzle**,*Philippe 92***Re: a number maze puzzle**,*quasi***Re: a number maze puzzle**,*Frederick Williams***Re: a number maze puzzle**,*quasi***Re: a number maze puzzle**,*Frederick Williams***Re: a number maze puzzle**,*Philippe 92***Re: a number maze puzzle**,*quasi***Re: a number maze puzzle**,*Philippe 92***Re: a number maze puzzle**,*quasi***Re: a number maze puzzle**,*quasi***Re: a number maze puzzle**,*quasi***Re: a number maze puzzle**,*quasi*

**Holiday Puzzle 2011---- 1. RINGING IN THE NEW YEAR**,*Gary Liu***Counterexample in Lie Algebras**,*John***Re: Counterexample in Lie Algebras**,*Timothy Murphy*

**free job from the home to increase your income**,*maaly shaeen*- <Possible follow-ups>
**free job from the home to increase your income**,*maaly shaeen*

**i.i.d order statistics and extreme value theory - advice on where asymptotic normal ends and nonnormal limiting distributions begin**,*jdm***Limit of Binary Lists**,*netzweltler***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*Tonico***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*netzweltler***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*YBM***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*Tonico***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*YBM***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*netzweltler***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*YBM***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*William Elliot***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*Tonico***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*William Elliot***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*LudovicoVan***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*Seymour J.***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*LudovicoVan*

**Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*LudovicoVan***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*LudovicoVan***Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Re: Limit of Binary Lists**,*William Elliot*

**Re: QUESTION: Do all SETS in ZFC correspond to a FORMULA of ZFC?**,*Graham Cooper***Re: QUESTION: Do all SETS in ZFC correspond to a FORMULA of ZFC?**,*Frederick Williams*

**Solving KenKen Puzzles Mathematically**,*amzoti***Re: Solving KenKen Puzzles Mathematically**,*Barry Schwarz***Re: Solving KenKen Puzzles Mathematically**,*Philippe 92*

**I just made a real neat math discovery - honest to God, no joke.**,*Stan Engel***Q on the diagonalized function (Was: Re: EXISTS(INFINITY)...)**,*LudovicoVan***4105 Solution manuals and Test banks to Materials Engineering Books**,*Arthur Decker***4105 Solution manuals and Test banks to Industrial Engineering, Business, Accounting, Economics and Finance Books**,*Arthur Decker***4105 Solution manuals and Test banks to Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Books**,*Arthur Decker***What is the name of this combinatorial/network problem?**,*gospervandahl***Ring action**,*Kaba***Re: Ring action**,*Tonico***Re: Ring action**,*Kaba***Re: Ring action**,*quasi***Re: Ring action**,*Kaba*

**A Quick Money Spell**,*maaly shaeen***IF YOU FLIP THE DIGITS DOWN THE DIAGONAL OF A SQUARE MATRIX...**,*Graham Cooper***2011 reprint edition of "Distributive Lattices" by Balbes and Dwinger available**,*Daniel J. Greenhoe*- <Possible follow-ups>
**2011 reprint edition of "Distributive Lattices" by Balbes and Dwinger available**,*Daniel J. Greenhoe*

**the quantity b^x is a real number for any real number x follows from the least-upper-bound property ? why?**,*Gary Liu***Re: the quantity b^x is a real number for any real number x follows from the least-upper-bound property ? why?**,*Tonico***Re: the quantity b^x is a real number for any real number x follows from the least-upper-bound property ? why?**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: the quantity b^x is a real number for any real number x follows from the least-upper-bound property ? why?**,*Gary Liu**Tim Little**David C . Ullrich**Gary Liu**Tonico**David C . Ullrich**Gary Liu**David C . Ullrich**Bart Goddard**Gary Liu**Tonico**Ray Vickson*

*Gary Liu*

**[F=mg]**,*johnlawrencereedjr***4105 Solution manuals and Test banks to Environmental Engineering, Earth and Environmental Sciences Books**,*Arthur Decker***4105 Solution manuals and Test banks to Civil Engineering and Architecture Books**,*Arthur Decker***4105 Solution manuals and Test banks to Physics & Astronomy Books**,*Arthur Decker***4105 Solution manuals and Test banks to Math, Statistics and Probability Books - part2**,*Arthur Decker***4105 Solution manuals and Test banks to Math, Statistics and Probability Books - part1**,*Arthur Decker***4105 Solution manuals and Test Banks to Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering Books - part2**,*Arthur Decker***4105 Solution manuals and Test Banks to Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering Books - part1**,*Arthur Decker***4105 Solution manuals to Mechanics, Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering Books**,*Arthur Decker***Re: ULLRICH denies to comment!**,*Frederick Williams***Re: ULLRICH denies to comment!**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: ULLRICH denies to comment!**,*Frederick Williams***Re: ULLRICH denies to comment!**,*Graham Cooper***Re: ULLRICH denies to comment!**,*rossum***Re: ULLRICH denies to comment!**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: ULLRICH denies to comment!**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: ULLRICH denies to comment!**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: ULLRICH denies to comment!**,*Frederick Williams***Re: ULLRICH denies to comment!**,*David C . Ullrich*

**System of Inequalities / Optimization Problem / Ratios as Constraints**,*Stefan.Duke@xxxxxxxxx***Significance of an Analytic Function**,*Ripunjay Tripathi***Re: Significance of an Analytic Function**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Significance of an Analytic Function**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Significance of an Analytic Function**,*Tonico***Re: Significance of an Analytic Function**,*Ripunjay Tripathi*

**Re: Tricky Kenken**,*Jan Andres***Re: about the minimum (or maximum) of integral, correction**,*William Elliot***Re: about the minimum (or maximum) of integral, correction**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: about the minimum (or maximum) of integral, correction**,*Ray Vickson***Re: about the minimum (or maximum) of integral, correction**,*Joe keane***Re: about the minimum (or maximum) of integral, correction**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: about the minimum (or maximum) of integral, correction**,*Ray Vickson***Re: about the minimum (or maximum) of integral, correction**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: about the minimum (or maximum) of integral(a,b, | f(x) - k | ) dx**,*William Elliot***Re: about the minimum (or maximum) of integral(a,b, | f(x) - k | ) dx**,*Tonico***Re: about the minimum (or maximum) of integral(a,b, | f(x) - k | ) dx**,*David C . Ullrich*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: about the minimum (or maximum) of integral(a,b, | f(x) - k | ) dx**,*David C . Ullrich*

**far-out question on the Borel Hierarchy**,*David Bernier***Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Peterson***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Philippe 92***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Peterson***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Barry Schwarz***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Philippe 92***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Peterson***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Philippe 92***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Peterson***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Philippe 92***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Philippe 92***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Philippe 92***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Peterson***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Philippe 92***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Peterson***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Philippe 92***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Peterson***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Philippe 92*

**Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*kym***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Barry Schwarz***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Peterson***Re: Irregular rectangle unknown side**,*Peterson*

**online data entry jobs**,*vengal b***thinking concretely about tau in j(tau)**,*David Bernier***Re: thinking concretely about tau in j(tau)**,*Timothy Murphy*

**[Hardest Maths Statement Puzzle] Toughest Math Statement Question**,*divya bisht***Proof -ve x-ve= +ve**,*Anil Kala***Re: Proof -ve x-ve= +ve**,*quasi***Re: Proof -ve x-ve= +ve**,*quasi***Re: Proof -ve x-ve= +ve**,*Anil Kala*

**Re: Proof -ve x-ve= +ve**,*William Elliot***Re: Proof -ve x-ve= +ve**,*Frederick Williams***Re: Proof -ve x-ve= +ve**,*William Elliot*

**ALL(F): G(..F..) is *NOT* 1st Order Logic! CAPICHE TROLLS?**,*Graham Cooper***Re: ALL(F): G(..F..) is *NOT* 1st Order Logic! CAPICHE TROLLS?**,*Graham Cooper***Re: ALL(F): G(..F..) is *NOT* 1st Order Logic! CAPICHE TROLLS?**,*Frederick Williams*

**Re: ALL(F): G(..F..) is *NOT* 1st Order Logic! CAPICHE TROLLS?**,*Frederick Williams*

**Format**,*Mukunda Lohani***Question in ODE**,*miki***Re: Question in ODE**,*David C . Ullrich*

**THIS IS CANTOR'S THEOREM ---> A(F): E(R): A(N): F(N)=/=R**,*Graham Cooper***Re: THIS IS CANTOR'S THEOREM ---> A(F): E(R): A(N): F(N)=/=R**,*Frederick Williams***Re: THIS IS CANTOR'S THEOREM ---> A(F): E(R): A(N): F(N)=/=R**,*Graham Cooper***Re: THIS IS CANTOR'S THEOREM ---> A(F): E(R): A(N): F(N)=/=R**,*Frederick Williams*

**Re: THIS IS CANTOR'S THEOREM ---> A(F): E(R): A(N): F(N)=/=R**,*Rupert***Re: THIS IS CANTOR'S THEOREM ---> A(F): E(R): A(N): F(N)=/=R**,*Graham Cooper***Re: THIS IS CANTOR'S THEOREM ---> A(F): E(R): A(N): F(N)=/=R**,*Frederick Williams*

**Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Kaba***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*quasi***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Paul Sperry***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Kaba***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Kaba***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Kaba***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*quasi***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*quasi***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Kaba***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Paul Sperry***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Kaba***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Paul Sperry***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Kaba***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Paul Sperry*

**Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*quasi***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Jim Heckman***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Kaba***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Kaba***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Kaba***Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Timothy Murphy*

**Re: Bilinear forms and reflexivity**,*Kaba*

**cousin pairs that are close (number theory)**,*David Bernier***Re: cousin pairs that are close (number theory)**,*David Bernier*

**Ellipse Circumference Graphical Representation**,*thomasinventions@xxxxxxxxx***February 9, 1665: day of week**,*David Bernier***Re: February 9, 1665: day of week**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: February 9, 1665: day of week**,*David Bernier***Re: February 9, 1665: day of week**,*Richard Tobin***Re: February 9, 1665: day of week**,*Dr J R Stockton*

**Re: February 9, 1665: day of week**,*Dr J R Stockton*

**Inequality**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Inequality**,*Ray Vickson***Re: Inequality**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Inequality**,*Ray Vickson***Re: Inequality**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Re: Inequality**,*Ken Pledger*

**A video clip of the very influential American preacher Yusuf Estes**,*عبدلله***The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself**,*Ludovicus***infelihaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa**,*siva dinesh***love spells used when looking for some new love in your life**,*maaly shaeen***I don't think ANYONE here can prove ANYTHING in ZFC!**,*Graham Cooper***Re: I don't think ANYONE here can prove ANYTHING in ZFC!**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: I don't think ANYONE here can prove ANYTHING in ZFC!**,*Graham Cooper*

**Re: I don't think ANYONE here can prove ANYTHING in ZFC!**,*Rupert*

**source content 3**,*the universal being***source content 2**,*the universal being*- <Possible follow-ups>
**source content 2**,*the universal being***source content 2**,*the universal being*

**source content 1**,*the universal being*- <Possible follow-ups>
**source content 1**,*the universal being*

**Re: COMPLETE LIST ASSUMPTIONS = a valid counterproof of Cantor's Transfinity!**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: COMPLETE LIST ASSUMPTIONS = a valid counterproof of Cantor's Transfinity!**,*INFINITY POWER***Re: COMPLETE LIST ASSUMPTIONS = a valid counterproof of Cantor's Transfinity!**,*Daryl McCullough**Message not available***Re: COMPLETE LIST ASSUMPTIONS = a valid counterproof of Cantor's Transfinity!**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: COMPLETE LIST ASSUMPTIONS = a valid counterproof of Cantor's Transfinity!**,*Graham Cooper***Re: COMPLETE LIST ASSUMPTIONS = a valid counterproof of Cantor's Transfinity!**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: COMPLETE LIST ASSUMPTIONS = a valid counterproof of Cantor's Transfinity!**,*INFINITY POWER***Re: COMPLETE LIST ASSUMPTIONS = a valid counterproof of Cantor's Transfinity!**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: COMPLETE LIST ASSUMPTIONS = a valid counterproof of Cantor's Transfinity!**,*Graham Cooper***Re: COMPLETE LIST ASSUMPTIONS = a valid counterproof of Cantor's Transfinity!**,*Daryl McCullough**Message not available***Re: COMPLETE LIST ASSUMPTIONS = a valid counterproof of Cantor's Transfinity!**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: COMPLETE LIST ASSUMPTIONS = a valid counterproof of Cantor's Transfinity!**,*Graham Cooper*

**Drawing Sree Chakra**,*devi raman***Re: Drawing Sree Chakra**,*Philippe 92*

**About the reciprocal bilinear form described in the Hilbert in his "Methods of Mathematical Physics".**,*Hongyi Zhao***Re: About the reciprocal bilinear form**,*William Elliot***Re: About the reciprocal bilinear form**,*Hongyi Zhao*

**Re: About the reciprocal bilinear form described in the Hilbert in his "Methods of Mathematical Physics".**,*Tonico***Re: About the reciprocal bilinear form described in the Hilbert in his "Methods of Mathematical Physics".**,*COLINO*

**Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*The Last Danish Pastry***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*Datesfat Chicks***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*The Last Danish Pastry*

**Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*David Bernier***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*Datesfat Chicks***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*Rupert***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*J.B. Wood***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*Rupert***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*Datesfat Chicks***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*David Bernier***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*Frederick Williams***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*David Bernier***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*David Bernier***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*David R Tribble***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*David Bernier***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*Datesfat Chicks***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*David Bernier*

**Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*David Bernier***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*quasi***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*quasi***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*David Bernier***Re: Pi computed to 10^13 decimal places**,*Datesfat Chicks*

**Steve Jobs and the hijacking of Apple Inc.and its assets**,*financialtools1***Given entropy H(p) of a distribution on a finite set, bound on the sum of the k largest probabilities**,*Sebastian Nowozin***Toughest Sherlock Holmes Question**,*divya bisht***Re: Toughest Sherlock Holmes Question**,*Michael Beck*

**number theory question, integer division**,*ronaldo***Re: number theory question, integer division**,*1treePetrifiedForestLane***Re: number theory question, integer division**,*Datesfat Chicks***Re: number theory question, integer division**,*Tim Little***Re: number theory question, integer division**,*biofilm***Re: number theory question, integer division**,*William Elliot***Re: number theory question, integer division**,*ronaldo***Re: number theory question, integer division**,*biofilm***Re: number theory question, integer division**,*ronaldo***Re: number theory question, integer division**,*ronaldo***Re: number theory question, integer division**,*William Elliot***Re: number theory question, integer division**,*quasi***Re: number theory question, integer division**,*quasi***Re: number theory question, integer division**,*ronaldo***Re: number theory question, integer division**,*ronaldo***Re: number theory question, integer division**,*ronaldo*

**A Question for Archimedes Plutonium ...**,*Datesfat Chicks***A Suggestion for Archimedes Plutonium ...**,*Datesfat Chicks***Re: compressing 99999999976716935634613037109375**,*David Bernier*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: compressing 99999999976716935634613037109375**,*Pubkeybreaker***Re: compressing 99999999976716935634613037109375**,*Richard Tobin***Re: compressing 99999999976716935634613037109375**,*Pubkeybreaker***Re: compressing 99999999976716935634613037109375**,*Richard Tobin*

**Scheme fun counting divisors**,*ronaldo***Question About Statistical Significance**,*Datesfat Chicks***Re: Lorentz transformation**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: Lorentz transformation**,*1treePetrifiedForestLane***Re: Lorentz transformation**,*Seymour J.*

**Toughest Puzzle/Riddles Solutions - 18December**,*divya bisht***Why are the injective and surjective linear maps open sets?**,*Michael Beck***Re: Why are the injective and surjective linear maps open sets?**,*Rupert***Re: Why are the injective and surjective linear maps open sets?**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Why are the injective and surjective linear maps open sets?**,*David C . Ullrich*

**The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Ludovicus***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Tonico***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Jussi Piitulainen***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*netzweltler***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*LudovicoVan***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*UNIDAD DE COOPERACION DOCENTE EDUCACION ESPECIAL***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Marshall***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Rupert***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*David Bernier***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*LudovicoVan***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*David Bernier***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Ben Bacarisse***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Virgil***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*David Bernier***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*David Bernier***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*LudovicoVan***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Tonico***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Jim Burns***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Seymour J.***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Tonico***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Brrrrains***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Virgil***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Virgil***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Virgil***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Virgil***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Graham Cooper***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Albrecht***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Seymour J.***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Virgil***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*LudovicoVan***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*LudovicoVan***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Graham Cooper***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Seymour J.***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Seymour J.*

**Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Virgil***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Rupert***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Albrecht***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*MoeBlee***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*netzweltler***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Gus Gassmann***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*netzweltler***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Gus Gassmann***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*netzweltler***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*LudovicoVan***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*MoeBlee***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*MoeBlee***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Albrecht***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Seymour J.***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Jim Burns***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Tonico***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Albrecht***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Jim Burns***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Albrecht***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Jim Burns***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Albrecht***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Jim Burns***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*K_h***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Gus Gassmann***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Seymour J.***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Albrecht***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Tonico***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Seymour J.***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Seymour J.***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*MoeBlee***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Albrecht***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Seymour J.***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*MoeBlee***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Albrecht***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*MoeBlee***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Albrecht***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*MoeBlee***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Albrecht***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Tonico***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*MoeBlee*

**Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Virgil***Re: The diagonal argument of Cantor against himself.**,*Seymour J.*

**ANGELINA JOLIE New***Tape RELEASED ( Must See Very EROTIC )**,*using business***File with the first Twenty Million Digits of Pi**,*KevinSimonson***Re: File with the first Twenty Million Digits of Pi**,*Pubkeybreaker***Re: File with the first Twenty Million Digits of Pi**,*biofilm***Re: File with the first Twenty Million Digits of Pi**,*KevinSimonson*

**Re: File with the first Twenty Million Digits of Pi**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: File with the first Twenty Million Digits of Pi**,*The Last Danish Pastry***Re: File with the first Twenty Million Digits of Pi**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: File with the first Twenty Million Digits of Pi**,*Pubkeybreaker***Re: File with the first Twenty Million Digits of Pi**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: File with the first Twenty Million Digits of Pi**,*Pubkeybreaker***Re: File with the first Twenty Million Digits of Pi**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: File with the first Twenty Million Digits of Pi**,*Frederick Williams***Re: File with the first Twenty Million Digits of Pi**,*Gus Gassmann*

**almost simple factors of semisimple algebraic groups**,*Rupert***number of distinct subset products**,*quasi***Re: number of distinct subset products**,*quasi***Re: number of distinct subset products**,*William Elliot***Re: number of distinct subset products**,*quasi***Re: number of distinct subset products**,*William Elliot***Re: number of distinct subset products**,*quasi***Re: number of distinct subset products**,*icegood***Re: number of distinct subset products**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: number of distinct subset products**,*quasi*

**two equations with three unknons**,*John Smith***Re: two equations with three unknons**,*William Elliot***Re: two equations with three unknons**,*John Smith***Re: two equations with three unknons**,*Rick Decker***Re: two equations with three unknons**,*Ray Vickson*

**Re: two equations with three unknons**,*bert***Re: two equations with three unknons**,*John Smith***Re: two equations with three unknons**,*William Elliot***Re: two equations with three unknons**,*John Smith***Re: two equations with three unknons**,*William Elliot*

**2D integral**,*ast***Re: 2D integral**,*jbriggs444***Re: 2D integral**,*ast***Re: 2D integral**,*dave.rusin***Re: 2D integral**,*ast*

**Great Circle distance using Haversine Formula**,*moorthy***Re: Great Circle distance using Haversine Formula**,*Richard Tobin***Re: Great Circle distance using Haversine Formula**,*Dr J R Stockton***Re: Great Circle distance using Haversine Formula**,*Richard Tobin*

**adewzrqdasraerqw**,*vishwa nathan***Welcome to <sci.math>. These suggestions may help you.**,*Ken Pledger***HAI,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,**,*nithiyanandam anand***learn math**,*Men Pothy***Re: learn math**,*Tonico***Re: learn math**,*porky_pig_jr@xxxxxxxxxxx*

**Re: learn math**,*amzoti*

**Rubik*Sudoku**,*Hauke Reddmann***Re: Rubik*Sudoku**,*1treePetrifiedForestLane***Re: Rubik*Sudoku**,*Tim Little*

**1335 * 0.96629213483146067415730337078652 = 1290**,*Martin***Matrix**,*Eric***Re: "The day I was surprised by mathematics"**,*Paul***Problem on the fractional parts of powers**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Problem on the fractional parts of powers**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Problem on the fractional parts of powers**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Problem on the fractional parts of powers**,*Mark Dickinson***Re: Problem on the fractional parts of powers**,*Mark Dickinson***Re: Problem on the fractional parts of powers**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Problem on the fractional parts of powers**,*Mark Dickinson*

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**Toughest Probability Question**,*divya bisht***Toughest Puzzle/Riddles Solutions - 10December**,*divya bisht***4100 Solution manuals and Test banks to Materials Engineering Books**,*Rod Wesler***Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*William Elliot***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*quasi***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*William Elliot***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*quasi***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*William Elliot***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*quasi***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*Tonico***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*William Elliot***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*Tonico***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*1treePetrifiedForestLane***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*Ken Pledger***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*Ken Pledger***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*Richard Tobin***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*William Elliot***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*Tonico***Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*William Elliot***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*Tonico***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*Richard Tobin***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*Richard Tobin***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*William Elliot***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*Richard Tobin***Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*William Elliot***Re: Euclidean Geometry is Flat**,*Daryl McCullough*

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**Diagonization of a matrix A.**,*Hongyi Zhao***Re: Diagonization of a matrix A.**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Diagonization of a matrix A.**,*Tonico***Re: Diagonization of a matrix A.**,*Hongyi Zhao***Re: Diagonization of a matrix A.**,*Tonico***Re: Diagonization of a matrix A.**,*David C . Ullrich*

**x^2 = n in the p-adic field**,*David Bernier***Re: x^2 = n in the p-adic field**,*Herman Rubin***Re: x^2 = n in the p-adic field**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: x^2 = n in the p-adic field**,*David Bernier***Re: x^2 = n in the p-adic field**,*Timothy Murphy*

**4100 Solution manuals and Test banks to Industrial Engineering, Business, Accounting, Economics and Finance Books**,*Rod Wesler***4100 Solution manuals and Test banks to Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Books**,*Rod Wesler***4100 Solution manuals and Test banks to Environmental Engineering, Earth and Environmental Sciences Books**,*Rod Wesler***4100 Solution manuals and Test banks to Civil Engineering and Architecture Books**,*Rod Wesler***4100 Solution manuals and Test banks to Physics & Astronomy Books**,*Rod Wesler***4100 Solution manuals and Test banks to Math, Statistics and Probability Books - part2**,*Rod Wesler***4100 Solution manuals and Test banks to Math, Statistics and Probability Books - part1**,*Rod Wesler***4100 Solution manuals and Test Banks to Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering Books - part2**,*Rod Wesler***signs of the Higgs boson (?)**,*David Bernier***WM and Quantifier Dyslexia**,*Virgil***quasi-dedanoe conjectures, revisited**,*quasi***Re: quasi-dedanoe conjectures, revisited**,*Phil Carmody***Re: quasi-dedanoe conjectures, revisited**,*quasi*

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**Characterization of Measurability**,*stephan***A look at the Kronecker Delta.**,*Ken S. Tucker***Re: A look at the Kronecker Delta & vector axes.**,*Ken S. Tucker***Re: A look at the Kronecker Delta & vector axes.**,*Ken S. Tucker*

**A set in R2 is Lebesgue measurable if and only if it can be decomposed into a countable collection of rectangles and a null-set**,*stephan***Re: A set in R2 is Lebesgue measurable if and only if it can be decomposed into a countable collection of rectangles and a null-set**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: A set in R2 is Lebesgue measurable if and only if it can be decomposed into a countable collection of rectangles and a null-set**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: A set in R2 is Lebesgue measurable if and only if it can be decomposed into a countable collection of rectangles and a null-set**,*David C . Ullrich**Tim Little**Rotwang**Timothy Murphy**Butch Malahide**David C . Ullrich*

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**solutions manual and test bank 2011 and 2012 Options**,*exporter***Eine Implikation in der Definition der Teilmengenbeziehung**,*Caro Cara***Toughest Popular Puzzle / Question**,*divya bisht***Softec Delhi December 10th**,*silicon india***Business software**,*FB Cash***if you believe good is inherently more powerful than evil then p equals np**,*Martin***free spell to make money try it**,*maaly shaeen***Irreducible polynomials**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Irreducible polynomials**,*quasi***Re: Irreducible polynomials**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Irreducible polynomials**,*Tonico***Re: Irreducible polynomials**,*quasi***Re: Irreducible polynomials**,*José Carlos Santos*

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**4100 Solution manuals and Test Banks to Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering Books - part1**,*Rod Wesler***4100 Solution manuals to Mechanics, Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering Books**,*Rod Wesler***Toughest Puzzle/Riddles Solutions - 3December**,*divya bisht***No Putnam spoilers please!**,*Dmitry Yu. Mitin***Re: No Putnam spoilers please!**,*Math Help***Re: No Putnam spoilers please!**,*Math Help*

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**TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Graham Cooper***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*biofilm***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Graham Cooper***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Graham Cooper***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Graham Cooper***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Tonico***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Graham Cooper**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Gus Gassmann**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Graham Cooper***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Graham Cooper***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM*

*Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Tonico***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes**Message not available**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Tonico***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Marshall***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Tonico***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Tonico***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Aatu Koskensilta**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Tonico***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Tonico***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Tonico***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Tonico***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Marshall***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Owen Jacobson***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Owen Jacobson**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*MoeBlee***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*MoeBlee***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Gus Gassmann**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*MoeBlee***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*MoeBlee***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*YBM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Albrecht***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Marshall***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Marshall***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*David Bernier***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*David Bernier***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*David Bernier***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*MoeBlee***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Brrrrains***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Michael Stemper***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*LudovicoVan***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*YBM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*LudovicoVan***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Gus Gassmann***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*LudovicoVan***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*William Hughes***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*WM***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil***Re: TRANSFINITE would be very weak if there was an alternate theory**,*Virgil*

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**Celebrated conjectures in number theory disproved through calculation?**,*Paul***Compact Countable**,*William Elliot***Re: Compact Countable**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Compact Countable**,*Butch Malahide***Re: Compact Countable**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Compact Countable**,*William Elliot***Re: Compact Countable**,*David Hartley***Re: Compact Countable**,*Seymour J.***Re: Compact Countable**,*William Elliot***Re: Compact Countable**,*William Elliot***Re: Compact Countable**,*Butch Malahide***Re: Compact Countable**,*Butch Malahide***Re: Compact Countabl**,*William Elliot***Re: Compact Countabl**,*Butch Malahide***Re: Compact Countabl**,*Butch Malahide***Re: Compact Countabl**,*William Elliot***Re: Compact Countabl**,*William Elliot***Re: Compact Countabl**,*Butch Malahide***Re: Compact Countabl**,*Butch Malahide***Re: Compact Countabl**,*William Elliot***Re: Compact Countabl**,*Butch Malahide*

**Re: Compact Countable**,*Butch Malahide***Re: Compact Countable**,*William Elliot*

**Re: Sets and Ur-elements.**,*Martin***How to use a division rule to derive "The r-combinations of n formula"?**,*Gary Liu***Re: Micheal**,*Martin*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Micheal**,*Martin***Re: Micheal**,*Martin*

**Re: JIM AL-KHALILI, condemned BOXER SHORTS AND THE SPEED OF LIGHT**,*Martin***COP 1903.226condemnedelectrolyzer (was: The clash between ego and stupidity -- the 9th grader test)**,*Martin***Re: A Non-Row Diagonal**,*Martin***it is the first day and today i sent my wind my mind my light and now i forbid it to rain I for sixty days and I send a plague to the earth for the wrath of who brought you out of the galaxies**,*Martin***daily health tips**,*logi***Pinging Archie Poo**,*porky_pig_jr@xxxxxxxxxxx***Pinging Archie Poocondemned**,*Martin*

**Q: First-Degree Spline Accuracy Theorem - Cheney & Kincaid**,*Brad Cooper***Re: Who is able to answer these simple questions in ZF-set theory coherently?**,*Seymour J.***Re: A new definition in elementary calculus**,*Giancarla Rosales Salcedo***Re: A new definition in elementary calculus**,*Ken S. Tucker***Re: A new definition in elementary calculus**,*Ben Cope*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: A new definition in elementary calculus**,*Tim Norfolk***Re: A new definition in elementary calculus**,*Aladdin Fawzan Hakimi***Re: A new definition in elementary calculus**,*Jean Lajoie*

**Re: A new definition in elementary calculus**,*Steffen Kruger***Re: A new definition in elementary calculus**,*Tim Norfolk***Re: A new definition in elementary calculus**,*Květuše Dostálová*

**Re: A new definition in elementary calculus**,*Ben Cope***Re: A new definition in elementary calculus**,*Ken S. Tucker***Re: A new definition in elementary calculus**,*Giancarla Rosales Salcedo***Re: A new definition in elementary calculus**,*Aladdin Fawzan Hakimi*

**Re: Harmonic functions on exterior domains -**,*JEmebius***HandyMan DataBase Over 1,000,000 Specs**,*Scott Smith***A new application of the ross-littlewood paradoxon**,*Albrecht***Re: Your SET THEORY is a 2KB toy with 20 GB of CRAP WRITTEN ON IT**,*Jesse F. Hughes***How You Can Keep Your Enemy Away**,*maaly shaeen***closed form solution to a problem**,*zqchen***Re: Harmonic functions on exterior domains**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Harmonic functions on exterior domains**,*Joubert***Re: Harmonic functions on exterior domains**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: The experience of surprise in mathematics**,*David C . Ullrich*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: The experience of surprise in mathematics**,*Michael Stemper***Re: The experience of surprise in mathematics**,*Seymour J.***Re: The experience of surprise in mathematics**,*Jim Heckman*

**Re: The experience of surprise in mathematics**,*Jim Heckman***Re: The experience of surprise in mathematics**,*Gottfried Helms*

**testing equality of "modulo numbers" in PARI/gp**,*David Bernier***Re: testing equality of "modulo numbers" in PARI/gp**,*David Bernier*

**Re: Who is able to answer this simple question concerning the set of the naturals? Not WM!**,*Marshall*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Who is able to answer this simple question concerning the set of the naturals? Not WM!**,*Virgil*

**Spell to make your Enemy Move Away**,*maaly shaeen***mutual primitive roots**,*quasi***Re: mutual primitive roots**,*William Elliot***Re: mutual primitive roots**,*Tonico***Re: mutual primitive roots**,*quasi*

**Re: mutual primitive roots**,*quasi***Re: mutual primitive roots**,*James Waldby*

**Re: mutual primitive roots**,*Bart Goddard***Re: mutual primitive roots**,*quasi***Re: mutual primitive roots**,*James Waldby***Re: mutual primitive roots**,*Helmut Richter***Re: mutual primitive roots**,*James Waldby***Re: mutual primitive roots**,*James Waldby*

**What are the Properties of eigenvalues and eigenfunctions of periodic Sturm Liouville problem?**,*Suresh***Re: Countable space**,*Butch Malahide***Re: Countable space**,*Butch Malahide***Re: Countable space**,*Harry Davis*

**Re: ANY - 2 - POWERSET(N) - HAVE - THE - SAME - MISSING - SET <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<**,*Seymour J.***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Seymour J.*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*William Hughes***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Dick***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*William Hughes***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*William Hughes***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Dick*

**Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*David Libert***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Transfer Principle***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*David Libert*

**Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*David Libert***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Transfer Principle***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*William Hughes***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Dick***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Transfer Principle***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Graham Cooper***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Michael Stemper*

**Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Transfer Principle***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Albrecht***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Transfer Principle***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*David Libert***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Graham Cooper*

**Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Dick***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*MoeBlee*

**Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Rupert***Re: An Alternate Model for the Reals**,*Rupert*

**Re: Mathematical curves and surfaces**,*Michael Beck*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Mathematical curves and surfaces**,*porky_pig_jr@xxxxxxxxxxx*

**Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Tonico*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*David R Tribble***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Tonico**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Tonico**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Aatu Koskensilta*

**Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*YBM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Seymour J.***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Seymour J.***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Seymour J.***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Seymour J.***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Seymour J.***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Seymour J.***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Seymour J.***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Seymour J.***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Seymour J.***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Tonico***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Seymour J.***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Tonico***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Tonico***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Tonico***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Tonico***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Tonico***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Tonico***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Tonico***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Tonico***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Tonico***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil**Message not available**Message not available***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil**Message not available***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM**Message not available**Message not available***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Aatu Koskensilta**Message not available***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Seymour J.**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Tonico**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*YBM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM**Message not available***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Albrecht***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*WM***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Virgil***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*David Bernier***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Jim Burns***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Seymour J.***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Tonico***Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Seymour J.*

**Re: Who is able to answer this simple question (again) concerning the set of the naturals?**,*Brrrrains*

**What is the largest known full period prime?**,*Danny73***Re: What is the largest known full period prime?**,*Pubkeybreaker***Re: What is the largest known full period prime?**,*Danny73***Re: What is the largest known full period prime?**,*Danny73***Re: What is the largest known full period prime?**,*Pubkeybreaker***Re: What is the largest known full period prime?**,*quasi***Re: What is the largest known full period prime?**,*Danny73***Re: What is the largest known full period prime?**,*quasi***Re: What is the largest known full period prime?**,*David Bernier***Re: What is the largest known full period prime?**,*Danny73***Re: What is the largest known full period prime?**,*David Bernier***Re: What is the largest known full period prime?**,*Pubkeybreaker***Re: What is the largest known full period prime?**,*David Bernier*