I read it a couple days ago and actually remembered it this time in a way that I will never forget it. It invokes Euclid’s lemma, which states that if for prime, then or , which can be proved using Bezout’s lemma. For existence, it does induction on the number of factors, with as the trivial base case. For the non base case, wherein our number is composite, apply the inductive hypothesis on the factors. For uniqueness, assume two distinct factorizations: . By Euclid’s lemma, each of the s divides and is thus equal to one of the s. Keep invoking Euclid’s lemma, canceling out a prime factor on each iteration and eventually we must end with in order for the two sides to be equal.
Proof of fundamental theorem of arithmetic
Shenzhen based WeGene also gave very accurate height prediction. It's certainly possible that China had figured out this problem before Genomic…
包含其截屏链接： 祁晓亮的脸书政治言论 关于斯坦福反华反g及今年丑闻事件的知乎文章 在以上链接的知乎文章，有评论问为什么我认为祁晓亮是反华反g的。在这里我把他的脸书
Why I think Stanford professor James Landay's piece on computing in China in 2011 exposed his idiocy
I dittoed his blog post on my LiveJournal too, see https://gmachine1729.livejournal.com/175023.html. For the original, see…