Hi Virginia

Yours is of the form 6x^2 + 6x + 31, generating primes from x=0 to

x=28.

Interestingly, Gary's (2x^2 -88x + 997) generates 29 distinct primes

as well but is a different equation than yours.

I just figured that Gary's equation can be reduced to 2x^2 + 29 to

generate his 29 distinct primes from x=0 to x=28 !

Mark

--- In primenumbers@yahoogroups.com, ginnyw@a... wrote:

> Mark,

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> The progression of 29 primes I found starts with 31.

> 31 add 12 = 43

> 43 add 24 = 67

> 67 add 36 = 103

> 103 add 48 = 151

> 151 add 60 = 211 -

>

> This continues for 29 primes. The last prime is 4903.

>

> Thank you for doing the research. I'd like to know if it is the

same one.

>

> Virginia

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