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Ok, I know no one likes my Semi-Prime Equations but this is as simple as it gets

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Solve for x. I don't have the math background to solve for x. But if you put in N and p, you will see this simplified equation.

I plugged it into Wolfram Alpha, but solving for x is still a challenge.


x^2 + (2 x^5)/N^2

alternate form


(x^2 * (N^2 + 2 * x^3) / N^2


Plug in the known value N. Still impossible to solve. But if you plug in both x and N it proves true.

Do you believe me now?

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