20071123, 20:58  #1 
"Jason Goatcher"
Mar 2005
5·701 Posts 
twin prime, but sieving n instead of k. Possible?
I have someone who I trust that says that a certain k should be dense with primes based on his Number Theory research(he's working on a paper). I was wondering if there's a program to sieve twin primes, but sieve n instead of k, which is what I think newpgen does.
Last fiddled with by jasong on 20071123 at 20:59 
20071123, 21:45  #2 
Jun 2003
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Yes newpgen and srsieve can do it.

20071123, 21:47  #3 
A Sunny Moo
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20071123, 21:47  #4 
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that's right, newpgen does:
choose as type "Twin" and fill base, n, kmin and kmax (you can check "include even values of k" too to search more candidates and more chance to find a twin). 
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Or, you could just ask geoff to code something up specifically for twins  shouldn't be /that/ much of a big deal. Last fiddled with by axn on 20071123 at 22:22 

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