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October 28, 2009, 3:53 am
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The resolution to the P Versus NP problem will be recognized and the
benefits proceed following the realization that P contains NP but does
not complete NP. This ratio of containment is extremely difficult to
visualize in any abstraction, but may be diagrammed as follows:
A problem may be P complete and NP is contained within P but NP is not
complete in P.
It is an equivalent logical statement:
1. It is snowing in Minnesota.
2. The snow is contained in Minnesota.
3. It may be snowing in other parts of the country being that it is
true snow is contained in Minnesota. It is contained but not
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