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From 30 to 60 Is Not Twice as Hard

The author proves and generalizes the fact that 60 is the largest positive integer \(n\) such that all smaller numbers relatively prime to \(n\) are primes or powers of one prime.

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3402
MSC Codes: 
11A41
Author(s): 
<p>Michael Dalezman (Yeshiva University)</p>
Publication Date: 
Monday, February 8, 2010
Original Publication Source: 
Mathematics Magazine
Original Publication Date: 
April, 2000
Subject(s): 
Algebra and Number Theory
Number Theory
Primes
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Rating Count: 
27.00
Rating Sum: 
78.00
Rating Average: 
2.89
Modify Date: 
Monday, February 8, 2010
Average: 2.9 (27 votes)

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