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* homework 2 * the methods in this class are to deal with the questions in homework2 * Hua Zhang * 06/27/2003 */ * // Note: Code for a version of Miller-Rabin will be posted shortly. Hua used the version written for Java. v import java.math.*; i public class hw2 { //invoke the methods one by one public static void main(String[] args) { //Question1(); //Question2(); //Question31(); //Question32(); Question4(); //Question5(); //Question6(); //Question7(); //ExtraCredits(); } //method to solve question1 private static void Question1() { //Initialize BInt as 10 to the 20th BigInteger BInt = BigInteger.valueOf(10).pow(30); //number of possibly prime integers found byte bNum = 0; b System.out.println("Question 1: The first five prime numbers greater than 10 to the power of 30:"); //loop until we found 5 possibly prime integers while (bNum < 5) { //Call MillerRabin() to test BInt if ( MillerRabin(BInt)) { bNum++; System.out.println(BInt); } } //increase BInt to Bint + 1 BInt = BInt.add(BigInteger.ONE);
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