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Old 2018-03-01, 13:44   #1
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I would suggest to add the feature that not only numbers, but also values of expressions can be concatenated, such as c(M(n+1),M(n)).
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Have considered that only number pairs with a 0 mod 3 number or two of the same mod 3 can create primes ? That it can be simulated with powers ? That it may just be a waste of space ?

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I would suggest to add the feature that not only numbers, but also values of expressions can be concatenated, such as c(M(n+1),M(n)).
I'm opposed to this idea. In the few cases where it might actually be interesting you can construct a more useful algebraic expression of the form M(n+1) * 10^k + M(n) where k is the decimal length of M(n).
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