- Posted September 15, 2012 by
16 Year Old Solves P Vs Np Million Dallor Millennium Prize Problem
The P vs NP problem-
The question is to find the number of possible combinations of 100 students sitting down in 4 rows minus a list of students not aloud-
P equals in parentheses 100 factorial possibilities times 4, then that result minus 100 factorial possibilities representing the possibilities of students not aloud-
Next Step: the total answer for the whole problem is 100 factorial possibilities times 3 which equals 2.799786 times 10 to the 158th power is the total # of possibilities. The P vs NP problem has been solved.