[seqfan] Re: A sequence connected with Wilson theorem
Vladimir Shevelev
shevelev at bgu.ac.il
Fri Feb 28 20:52:55 CET 2014
Thank you, Mike. Unfortunately, an additional restriction (as x is prime), generally speaking, "kills"
an important property of symmetry: x and p-1-x are both solutions or non-solutions.
Regards,
Vladimir
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Sent: 28 February 2014 16:04
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Subject: [seqfan] Re: A sequence connected with Wilson theorem
Dear Vladimir,
Here's a seq based on your seq:
17, 97, 563, 613
Primes p,x and 1 < x < p -2 for x! + (p-1)!/x!==0 (mod p),x has only two
solutions.
and has only one solution:
7, [1, 3, 5]
11, [1, 5, 9]
47, [1, 23, 45]
107, [1, 53, 105]
167, [1, 83, 165]
179, [1, 89, 177]
263, [1, 131, 261]
347, [1, 173, 345]
587, [1, 293, 585]
839, [1, 419, 837]
Yours mike,
2014-02-27 19:44 GMT+08:00 Vladimir Shevelev <shevelev at bgu.ac.il>:
> I have just submitted a sequence:"Primes p for which comparison x! +
> (p-1)!/x!==0 (mod p) has only two solutions 1<=x<=p-2 following from Wilson
> theorem: x = 1 and x = p-2" (A238460).
> The sequence begins 5,13,37,41,101,113,157,...
> Whether is another way to characterize these primes?
>
> Regards,
> Vladimir
>
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