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Topic: Juxtaposition of overpowered sets.
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m. m. m.

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Juxtaposition of overpowered sets.
Posted: Oct 25, 2012 12:07 AM
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Two sets of numbers:

1) Superset of prime numbers.

2) Subset of composite numbers.

1) The Superset of prime numbers is given by the equation:

P=3x±2

For example, if x=5, p1=17, p2=13.

2) The subset of composite numbers is given by the equation(s):

n=3x±5

For example, if x=5, n1=10, n2=20


Truth value statements: (affirmative statements)
The Superset of Prime numbers contains within it the set of all prime numbers.

The Subset of Composite numbers contains some composite numbers.

The Superset of Prime numbers contains some composite numbers.


Negation value statements:(negative statements)

No prime numbers appear in the subset of Composite numbers.
No prime numbers appear outside the Superset of prime numbers.



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