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Notice that most of the squares, even 4001, have only 3 factors. | Notice that most of the squares, even 4001, have only 3 factors. | ||

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− | Unfortunately, only Doggo and | + | Unfortunately, only Doggo and [redacted] have the logical, solid proof to this conjuncture. That is why this is a conjuncture. |

<h2>Broken proof</h2> | <h2>Broken proof</h2> | ||

For now we can agree that because soon the squares will be growing exponentially, this conjuncture cannot be wrong... yet. | For now we can agree that because soon the squares will be growing exponentially, this conjuncture cannot be wrong... yet. | ||

<code> This article is a stub. Help us by expanding it.<code> | <code> This article is a stub. Help us by expanding it.<code> |

## Revision as of 21:54, 15 June 2021

## Contents

# The Slalom Conjuncture

## As discovered by Elbertpark

### Written by Elbertpark

#### Idea made by Elbertpark...

##### and so on

# What IS the Slalom Conjuncture?

The Slalom Conjuncture was discovered during a math assignment. It states that if there is an odd square , then this square has a maximum of factors starting from 3.

Listed is a table of squares and factors up to 11.

Number | # of factors | |
---|---|---|

1 | 1 | 1 |

3 | 9 | 3 |

5 | 25 | 3 |

7 | 49 | 3 |

9 | 81 | 5 |

11 | 121 | 3 |

... | ... | ... |

81 | 6561 | 9 |

4001 | 16008001 | 3 |

Notice that most of the squares, even 4001, have only 3 factors.

# Proof

Unfortunately, only Doggo and [redacted] have the logical, solid proof to this conjuncture. That is why this is a conjuncture.

## Broken proof

For now we can agree that because soon the squares will be growing exponentially, this conjuncture cannot be wrong... yet.

` This article is a stub. Help us by expanding it.`

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