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 Forum: MattcAnderson 2021-09-03, 13:51 Replies: 6 Views: 430 Posted By MattcAnderson Hi All, I asked about this polynomial... Hi All, I asked about this polynomial x^2+x+41 on mathoverflow.net see https://mathoverflow.net/questions/395359/what-are-prime-number-values-of-the-trinomial-qn-n2-n-41-assuming-n ...
 Forum: MattcAnderson 2021-09-03, 13:47 Replies: 6 Views: 430 Posted By MattcAnderson Hi All, Here is some numerical evidence that... Hi All, Here is some numerical evidence that there are infinitely many x such that x^2+x+41 is a prime number. See the attached graph. Regards, Matt
 Forum: MattcAnderson 2021-08-15, 21:38 Replies: 6 Views: 430 Posted By MattcAnderson project to date Hi again all, Here is a 4 page write-up with all the important points to date. Regards, Matt C Anderson
 Forum: MattcAnderson 2021-06-16, 07:42 Replies: 6 Views: 430 Posted By MattcAnderson Here is a list of many algebraic factorization s... Here is a list of many algebraic factorization s to find cases when f(n) = n^2 + n + 41 is a composite number. I used a data table from a Maple calculation to list numbers when f(n) is a...
 Forum: MattcAnderson 2021-06-15, 09:08 Replies: 6 Views: 430 Posted By MattcAnderson prime producing polynomial See this polynomial f(n) = n^2 + n + 41 assume n is a positive integer I once received a standing ovation for a presentation on this topic at a 3 day math conference. It was at Salishan...
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