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

Dear forum members,
Hopefully this is posted in the correct category and deemed relevant. If not I apologize in advance.
An article with the title above was published just now. It would be very interesting to hear any feedback and comments. Both positive and negative. If the findings are wrong or irrelevant we would also very much like to hear so.

Please visit: http://vixra.org/abs/1710.0209
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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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