Prime factorization IV
Public  07/11/14  20xp  Math  87.5% 
p=79888923798664049 divides n=a^b+c^d for some
0 < a,b,c,d < 18000 (integers) where a < c. Find n, so the a,b,c,d quadruplet. The solution is unique.
Answer format: a,b,c,d
(where a < c)
My timing: 61 seconds
0 < a,b,c,d < 18000 (integers) where a < c. Find n, so the a,b,c,d quadruplet. The solution is unique.
Answer format: a,b,c,d
(where a < c)
My timing: 61 seconds
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