> what I really wanted was
> a tidy polynomial in one variable to send home to mum
Dr. David Broadhurst of Open University U.K, graciously
declining the $91.91 prize, has satisfied the requirement
with the following contiguous remarks:
"Tell your mum to download Pari-GP:
Then tell her that your vector of 91 primes is
which you obtained by using absolute values of different
transforms of the Fung and Ruby quadratic for even and odd
values of x.
If you want to show her Chris Caldwell's /unique/ polynomial
p(x) of degree 90 such that p(x)=mum[x] for x=1..91, simply
tell her to type
to obtain the polynomial in the attached file "mumpoly.txt"."
Mum is happy and so am I.