2^2)-1))((2^2)+1))((2^4)+1))((2^8)+1))= A) (2^16)-1 B) : PS Archive
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2^2)-1))((2^2)+1))((2^4)+1))((2^8)+1))= A) (2^16)-1 B)

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((2^2)-1))((2^2)+1))((2^4)+1))((2^8)+1))=

A) (2^16)-1
B) (2^16)+1
C) (2^32)-1
D) (2^128)-1
E) 2^16((2^16)-1)
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26 Nov 2006, 05:34
I did apply this formula but somehow managed to make a mistake... maybe rushed a bit too hard...
Yes now it works fine.

OA is A
26 Nov 2006, 05:34
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