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Old 2017-10-23, 12:07   #1
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Default Prime Numbers as a Function of a Geometric Progression

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Old 2017-10-27, 18:30   #2
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assuming you eliminate the word "prime" in all the document, how does the result changes?
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Old 2017-11-04, 17:55   #3
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I am sorry LaurV but I do not understand what you are suggesting?
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