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### Does such prime $P$ exist? [migrated]

The equation $(10^{6n+1}-54n-10)($mod P$) = 0$ , find the value of prime P such that there are AT LEAST 3 solutions for n > 0 , whose values of n are all below (P-1)/6. I don't even know how to solve ...
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### Why does Solve lock up when trying to solve the quadratic equation with large integers?

Why does Solve lock up when trying to solve the equation ...
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### Computing the seven roots of a polynomial

This question was originally asked by @fsrong70 six months ago. The OP deleted it shortly after posting and has not returned to this site since. I had just figured it out when it was deleted. I ...
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### Find the order $m$ of a matrix ${\bf A}$ such that ${\bf A}^m= {\bf 1}$

I have a square matrix ${\bf A}$ defined over the field $\mathbb Z_2$ and I want to find its order such that ${\bf A}^m=1$. I tried using ...
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### First two n such that $1355297$ divides$10^{6n+5}-54n-46$ for $n>0$

I have problem solving this equation, smallest n such that $1355297$ divides $10^{6n+5}-54n-46$. I tried everything using my scientific calculator, but I never got the correct results(!).and finally I ...
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### Trying to find the numbers which could be shown in 3 different ways using Legendre's three-square theorem

Legendre's three-square theorem states that $n=a^{2}+b^{2}+c^{2}$ if and only if $n$ is not of the form $n = 4^a(8b + 7)$ for integers $a$ and $b$. There are numbers like 54 which can be ...
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### Find the number of $n$ such that $n!$ is a sum of three squares

I want to check the following theorem by using Mathematica: $\textbf{Theorem}$. $\text{The estimate}$ $\# \{n \le x:n! \text{ is a sum of three squares}\}=7x/8+O(x^{2/3})$ $\text{holds.}$...
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### FindInstance only satisfies half of my double inequality

FindInstance[ 298973528525.436 < 10^10*(n - k*3.32192809488736) < 298973528539.862, {n, k}, Integers ] Result is: ...
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### Truncate an infinite continued fraction at order 2000

I want to solve an equation which contains an infinite continued fraction $F(n)$. Then I must (obviously) truncate this continued fraction at $n=2000$. The problem here is that Mathematica does not ...
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### Fast calculation of discrete logarithms

Does Mathematica have any built-in fast algorithms for calculating discrete logarithms over $(\mathbb{Z}_p)^\times$ (the group of integers modulo $p$)? Essentially, for a fixed large prime ...
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### On finding all the positive integral solutions of $x^2+y^2=z^2+1$

I am a new to Mathematica. My goal is to find many (if not all) positive integer solutions to the equation: $x^2+y^2=z^2+1$ using Mathematica. However the problem is that I can only find a ...
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### Find the minimum integer r such that $(10^r - 1)/37$ is an integer

I know Element[(10^r - 1)/37, Integers] tests the condition. So what is the command that gives me the minimum integer value r ...
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### Faster Solve for Fermat 4n+1 conjecture

Assuming that Fermat 4n+1 conjecture (each prime of the form 4n+1 is the sum of two squares) is true then I like to solve the ...
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### Quadratic Equations $\bmod p^k$

As part of a larger program, I need to solve $A x^2+B x+C \equiv 0 \pmod {p^k}$ for prime $p$. Right now I'm doing this by calling ...
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### What is the formula for this numerical series?

I'm developing a questions game. My goal is that the score for each correct answer will increase as the user answers more questions. Initially there are 15 points for each correct answer. Every 4 ...
I want to use Mathematica to solve the problem: Find the maximum $k$ such that $6x+9y+20z=k$ does not have a non-negative solution. I tried FrobeniusSolve. But ...