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Smith, J. Smith & S. Zarantonello. D. H. Lehmer puts 8 1 = 4, 8k+1 = 8~ - 2, supposes that 2P - 1 is a Mersenne prime, notes that 8 p - 2 == 2(p+1)/2 or _2(p+1)/2 mod 2P - 1 and asks: which? Selfridge observes that the problem was asked in 1954 by Raphael Robinson. In a 94-06-22 email, Franz Lemmermeier provides much evidence, later further strengthened by Robert Harley, that if 2P - 1 is written in the form 4a 2 + 27b2 , then the sign is that of the Jacobi symbol (~) (see F5). Sun Zhi-Hong had made a similar conjecture on 88-09-19.
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