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Topic: Infinite Many Primes of the form 4n^2+an+b
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Jasen Betts

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Re: Infinite Many Primes of the form 4n^2+an+b
Posted: Dec 21, 2012 12:38 AM
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On 2012-12-16, Martin Michael Musatov <musatovatattdotnet@gmail.com> wrote:
> beginning all in a straight line @the diagonal from origin (PN1, NP0)
> (xsub1,ysub1) where (x=1,681, and y=41) and (x,y) origin pair of many
> primes in a straight line descending and ascending bisecting the
> unilateral sphere.Musatov


dunno what that means.

> Infinite Many Primes of the form 4n^2+an+b


well yeah, eg: n=0,b in the set of primes.

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