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Topic: "CHAN FUNCTION" OF PRIME NUMBERS , HALF-LINE VALUES PUBLISHED
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"CHAN FUNCTION" OF PRIME NUMBERS , HALF-LINE VALUES PUBLISHED
Posted: Sep 4, 2012 9:14 PM
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Reference is JAM sci 2012:8(10):9-10(ISSN:1545-1003)

The Chan function is the spiral arrangement of Prime number chains , Each Prime number has specific value and all prime numbers can be written by hand. Thus

Prime number 6491 (=)9.3333333333(=)56

Prime number 23 (=)2.333333333(=)14

A major paper to be published in a Major Mathematical Research journal in the next 4 months will define the warped curvature of the frame of the universe



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