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Old 12-27-2014, 12:43 PM
bluehero bluehero is offline
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Default Can somebody figure out this!?

Test Collatz Conjecture on those integers n from the interval [10000, 100000] for which 100003*2n-1 passes the LLR test.

For A multiply the largest of all total stopping times with 16, and from their product subtract 58. For B multiply the smallest of all total stopping times with 8, and add 81 to their product.

A = ???
B = ???
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