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OPEN CHALLENGE TO MATHEMATIANS ON THIS PUBLISHED POLARITY AT 10*3 Numbers
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May 5, 2013 2:49 PM


Only if you can understand it, its published in a Recognized journal of the American Mathematical society . International Journal of Applied Mathematical Research, 2 (2) (2013) 279292 ©Science Publishing Corporation www.sciencepubco.com/index.php/IJAMR The spiral code of prime numbers Vinoo Cameron Hope Research, Athens, Wisconsin, USA Email: Hope9900@frontier.com Abstract
The, following are the divergence codes for the halfline values of numbers at 1:3, (10*3, obviously the code can be written at 60 and multiples of value30). It is simple basic mathematics. The ?sui generis? for prime number variability at 1:3 divergences is based on the following half line values at 10*3 constant for the spirals.19=16 halfline value, 23=14. What is the halfline value of 15, given the obvious fact that 16+14=30 16(19)+14(23)=30 , WHAT IS THE HALFLINE VALUE FOR THE NUUMBER 15 What is 15(??)!!. 0=+30 2=+26 4=+22 6=+18 8=+14 10=+10 12=+6 14=+2 15=+0 16=2)... 18=6 20=10 22=14 24=18 26=22 28=26 30=30 32=34 34=38 36=42 38=46 40=50 42=54 44=58 46=62 48=66 50=70 52=74 100=170
The value at halfline 100 is 170. All numbers have a halfline value
The readers will not be offered the final work on the spiral calculus, which is the so called ?mathematical writing on the wall?, a no brainer. This is briefly shown below. The author first confirms the divergence/ convergence of 19 here at exact 1:3 and 1:6 as per well published manuscripts. Secondly the author presents a continuous prime number sieve at proportio



