# Re: can we find one-way trapdoor funcation family from the theory of calculus

**From:** Douglas A. Gwyn (*DAGwyn_at_null.net*)

**Date:** 11/16/05

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Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2005 18:12:42 GMT

wangxahq@yahoo.com.cn wrote:

*> what's the 3-body problem?Could you give me some reference on it?
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You should learn to use reference resources, such as Google.

*> because the theory of calculus has been studied for almost 300 years
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*> , there will certian exist NP-Complete problems.
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There is a huge gap in that syllogism.

In fact there are NP-complete problems, but calculus has nothing

to do with it. Nor does the three-body problem.

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