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Old 2012-11-04, 20:45   #1
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Dear Fellows,

According to the theorem 1379, would I submit to you this updated list of Prime Numbers, for Check. Thank you in advance for your time and interrest.


58426759
The 58,426,759th prime is 1,157,637,499.

73278467
The 73,278,467th prime is 1,469,439,821.

82965871
The 82,965,871st prime is 1,674,567,637.

92365877
The 92,365,877th prime is 1,874,755,481.

840354259
The 840,354,259th prime is 19,008,384,119.


72365879
The 72,365,879th prime is 1,450,177,357.

72383659
The 72,383,659th prime is 1,450,555,021.

79259461
The 79,259,461st prime is 1,595,921,027.

99259463
The 99,259,463rd prime is 2,022,200,491.

840,354,259
The 840,354,259th prime is 19,008,384,119.

1595921029
The 1,595,921,029th prime is 37,171,516,639.

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Old 2012-11-04, 22:05   #2
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I am not sure what you mean by "the theorem 1379", but all the numbers you mention are prime. If you want to you can easily check things like that using a web-based service like: http://www.numberempire.com/primenumbers.php

I have not verified if they have the ordenal you mention, but I am sure there are other web-services that can be used to verify that.

I am not sure about what was your question, but please ask again if this was not an answer.

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Old 2012-11-04, 22:20   #3
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I am not sure what you mean by "the theorem 1379", but all the numbers you mention are prime. If you want to you can easily check things like that using a web-based service like: http://www.numberempire.com/primenumbers.php

I have not verified if they have the ordenal you mention, but I am sure there are other web-services that can be used to verify that.

I am not sure about what was your question, but please ask again if this was not an answer.
I'm not sure but using: http://primes.utm.edu/nthprime/index.php#piofx I figured out it's not primes with prime indexes ( though 5 of them seem to fit this, unless more do but I made an error.) as for if they are prime well you gave them a way to check.

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Old 2012-11-04, 22:54   #4
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So, using the webservice science_man mentioned I have now confirmed that they are all prime and they have the ordenal (are the nth) prime you mention. So your table is completely correct. I still don't know though what "the theorem 1379" is so maybe this is not an answer to your question?
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Old 2012-11-05, 02:20   #5
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The only thing I can find which matches the name "Theorem 1379 is a crackpot paper by Chun-Xuan Jiang. I don't understand what it claims -- the text, as written, is self-contradictory -- but its form suggests that the numbers to which it applies should be close to a multiple of a prime to the power of 2698.
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Old 2012-11-05, 02:38   #6
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The only thing I can find which matches the name "Theorem 1379 is a crackpot paper by Chun-Xuan Jiang. I don't understand what it claims -- the text, as written, is self-contradictory -- but its form suggests that the numbers to which it applies should be close to a multiple of a prime to the power of 2698.
using: "theorem 1379" in google it gave back 18 results only 1 of which appears to not have something between theorem and 1379, but it's in a index part of the book so it means on page 1379. edit: oh and it hasn't even got that page in the book available, as far as I can see.

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Old 2012-11-05, 02:57   #7
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I still don't know though what "the theorem 1379" is so maybe this is not an answer to your question?
By googling 58426759 and 73278467, I found this page. The OP, that is also Arxenar, posted a link. Following the link, you can figure out what the "Theorem 1379" is.
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By googling 58426759 and 73278467, I found this page. The OP, that is also Arxenar, posted a link. Following the link, you can figure out what the "Theorem 1379" is.
Ah -- that only numbers coprime to 10 (ending in 1, 3, 7, or 9) can be prime, presumably with the exception of 2 and 5. But that's grade-school level, pretty far below the mersenneforums assumed level of competence.
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Old 2012-11-05, 03:58   #9
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Ha ha ha! If my french (and google translator) does not cheat me, then this guy is don blazys in disguise. The name would justify it too, as is the same fire-related anagram (blaze, arson, I still believe the guy does this intentionally, as I can't imagine someone being so idiot). He claimes there that the 2^43112611-1 is prime or so, and when someone shows him that the exponent is composite (2671*16141) he switched his claims. If I understand right, the 1-3-7-9 theorem has something to do with the fact that all primes ends in 1, 3, 7, or 9 .

(edit, crosspost with Mr. CRG)

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Old 2012-11-05, 04:56   #10
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I think of Blazys as being on more of a high-school level, so if this is him it's not his best work. But my French is pretty poor, so I can't judge if that's Don.
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Posting statistics do not show a connection with Don Blazys.

@LarurV: no insults please, dubious math or not.

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