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ExcelUnusual - outstanding methods for creating engineering, scientific, technical models and games in excel

ExcelUnusual - outstanding methods for creating engineering, scientific, technical models and games in excel

RSA Encryption Next: RSA Exercise Up: crypto Previous: Certification OK, in the previous section we described what is meant by a trap-door cipher, but how do you make one? One commonly used cipher of this form is called ``RSA Encryption'', where ``RSA'' are the initials of the three creators: ``Rivest, Shamir, and Adleman''. It is very simply to multiply numbers together, especially with computers. Suppose I give you the number 1459160519. Now it doesn't take a computer long to try out 38000 possibilities, but what if the number to be factored is not ten digits, but rather 400 digits? seconds - an 18 digit number. possibilities. possibilities. times the life of the universe to factor the large number. It is, however, not too hard to check to see if a number is prime--in other words to check to see that it cannot be factored. So RSA encryption works like this. and that have 100 or maybe 200 digits each. . is basically my public key. ; I just need to multiply my two numbers. . But exactly how is

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How to Win Your Audience’s Heart in 7 Minutes The average attention span of today’s audience member is short — 7 minutes to be exact. You either win their hearts in the first few minutes or are forgotten forever. Don’t believe me? – Attention spans have shrunk by 50% in the last decade – 9.5% of all children (your future audience) have been diagnosed with ADHD – The average office worker checks their email 40 times per hour – Only 9.42% of audiences will watch a video that is 5 minutes or longer – Only 4% of page views last longer than 10 minutes These are proof we live in a world built around immediacy and now. How do you do this? Perfect Your OpeningYou need to really think through how you plan to open your next talk. Don’t Be a Poser or FakerMany of us have been an audience member in addition to a speaker. Change Your LanguageYour presentation is not about you, it’s about them. Make sure to take advantage of those seven minutes. READ MORE: The Secret to Activating Your Audience’s Brain Author Bio