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miguel is a genius


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You should all learn from his wisdom.

miguel knows

He is smarter/ explaining better than UofT profs.

all bow down to miguel.


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you NP-complete me.
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no need to flatter! i just gave you some things to think about, a direction to head in. you are going to have to polish that off and make it cohesive, by no means did i give you the final answer.. there's a lot of stuff to fill in there, and you still have to do some thinking. in fact i have thought of a couple of other similar ways to go about it..

anyway, bedtime for me.


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yeah i know i modified some stuff... for example our decider:

FACTOR(a,b,x) returns yes if exists y s.t. a<y<b , x/y=integer.

so i have a NP (and also P according to our assumption) problem that says if there is a factor to X in range (a,b)

now i just run a bin-search for all the factors.