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 2003-12-09, 20:35 #34 BMgf     Dec 2003 1016 Posts I want to say that if N doesn't have to be prime, what the point of being prime?
 2003-12-10, 13:36 #35 ET_ Banned     "Luigi" Aug 2002 Team Italia 4,813 Posts Oh, I see.. Luigi
 2003-12-12, 05:09 #36 scottcanderson   2·5·229 Posts You are going on a guess. An interesting guess but a guess nonetheless. The fact that a composite shows its face quickly for a couple-hundred-digit number doesn't mean the same will be true for a large number. What provable logic are you using to come up with the fact that any particular number will be prime? Otherwise you are fishing and it will be nearly computationally impossible to prove your results.
 2004-03-24, 19:53 #37 Unregistered   232910 Posts request show me in detail the algorithm by taking 23 as an example
2010-09-05, 06:12   #38
3.14159

May 2010
Prime hunting commission.

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 Originally Posted by Thread title Have Found Principle to generate infinitive PRIME NUMBERS
Nothing special, guy.. Nothing special.

 2010-09-05, 17:45 #39 CRGreathouse     Aug 2006 32·5·7·19 Posts Another necropost! The last reply before Pi was from 2004.

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