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Old 2003-10-16, 05:00   #2
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If I am interpreting correctly, here is a verbal translation of your examples:

Eleven is prime. In binary 11 is 3 which is also prime.

One Hundred One is prime. In binary, 101 is 5 which is also prime.

One Hundred One Thousand One Hundred Eleven is prime and so is the binary equivalent of 47.

Given that the number of primes is proven infinite, a corollary would be that an infinite number of decimal/binary pairs should also exist.

Note the distribution curve if you graph the examples. Thats a kind of unique pattern.

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