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    1. We get n = 1299827*1144301 = 1487393335927 . ...

    1. We get n = 1299827*1144301 = 1487393335927 .

    2. The euler totient of this number phi(1487393335927) = 1487390891800. To find out how this number is calculated, search "euler's totient" or...
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    Sure. Here is the process in just a few...

    Sure.

    Here is the process in just a few simple (though not completely satsifiying in explaination) steps.

    1. You find two LARGE primes, p and q. We multiply these to get n (so n=p*q)

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    Actually, J(N) was clearly labled as Euler's...

    Actually, J(N) was clearly labled as Euler's Totient, aka the PHI function. phi(k) for all naturals k returns the number of naturals less than k yet relatively prime to it. Since the phi function...
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