Monthly Archives: February 2013

Primes modulo 3 either 1 or 2, ie. concatenating for prime finding

Divisibility by 3, 5, 7, 11 etc. (for many numbers) is something that is not new to us, we understand it. For the concatenated quarcs to be prime, the number cannot be divisible by any of those numbers, therein by … Continue reading

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To what quarc numbers must a prime number be reducible to

Would there be a rule that a prime number must be reducible to a  quarc factors. For instance, lets think about p =(qc1)(qc2)..(qcn). Can we say anything about the structure of the quarc factors building up the original prime ? … Continue reading

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A mystery born in regularities – quarc number

Today a new definition! A quarc number qc(p1,p2,..,pn) for a vector of distinct primes is the amount of primes that will built by concatenating exactly all of primes within a vector. For instance: 1. qc(7,5,13) = ? 5137, 5713, 1357, … Continue reading

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A couple of notes from the last months

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