- than i have the easiest way getting primes using my formula - may be possible posting it here ?

7 months ago@Vocaloid

7 months agouh sure go ahead

7 months agook . suppose there is formula ,,F" ,what using we get the numberline F = { 5,7,11,13,17,19,23,25,29,31,35,37,41,43,47,49,53,55,...} - and given my edited formula ,Gabor's formula ,,G" ,what using we get the numberline G = { 25,35,49,55,.... } - than subtracted numberline G from numberline F we get the numberline of primes P P = F - G = { 5,7,11,13,17,19,23,25,29,31,35,37,41,43,47,49,53,55,...} - -{ 25,35,49,55,... } = { 5,7,11,13,17,19,23,37,41,43,53,... } opinion please ! thank you very much

7 months ago@Vrefela @Vocaloid @Ultrilliam @Hero @TheSmartOne @ThisGirlPretty @dude @BlankSpace @princeevee @quickstudent

7 months agonext time let's try not to tag so many people ;_; Only tag people if you know they're experts in what you're doing (only a few people on this website are good at math) I can ask @angle to double check your sol'n

7 months agook i understand it now - thank you very much - and i wait the @angle 's opinion

7 months agoHow's Gabor's formula determined? I don't see a pattern.

7 months agothis is my edited formula what using we get this number line ,,G"

7 months agofunction F is easy to find but function G is complicated

7 months agoG={ 25, 35, 49, 55, 65, 77, 85, 91, 95, 115, 119, 121}

7 months agolook at the factors of those numbers

7 months ago5x5 5x7 7x7 5x11 5x13 . ..

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7 months agothanks for sharing this! I just found a new code to print primes i'll work on it this weekend

7 months agothe sequence G is just the multiplication of two primes taken in ascending order

7 months agoyes this is true but i ve got ,edited a formula with two variables and so i get this multiplication of two primes in ascending order too - in this way i can editing ,getting the numberline G what subtracted from F result the numberline of primes started with 5

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