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Schematic for a prime number program
Posted: Dec 20, 2013 1:55 AM
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q=2n/2-2 for prime p
prime 7
7<(1/2)18 is true
7<n is true
n-2 is prime

7 (2n) where n=9 18/2-2 q is true
q=2n>p+2 is true

Prime 7!

5 (2n) where n=7
2n=2(7)=14 q
q=14/2 is 7 prime!

Checking prime five...
14/2 = 7 - 2 is prime five!
n is prime!

I am not an advanced programmer, but would like to work with one who sees something in this if I can find one!


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