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Old 2017-12-28, 12:02   #38
guptadeva
 
Dec 2017

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don't worry and keep searching and posting !

honestly our insight into the prime numbers is still very limited and every tiny little bit of knowledge is very valuable

so yes, we need fellow-researcher like you who don't only hunt to compute higher and higher primes but also steadily continue to work and struggle to find new relations, theorems, and algorithms - and who knows, maybe someday you might be able to find other wonderful or amazing things on your way ?

attached below is a graphical representation of the sieve of sundaram, where the points plotted are { 2 (i + j + 2ij) + 1 , 2 i +1 }
at the first glance it looks very much like the sieve or eratosthenes, but maybe this fact could also be of inspiration to someone ?

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