- Firstly,another thing I've realized,I never introduced myself to the
group. For what its worth,I work in the Medical Physics Dept.@Guy's
Hospital,London. My interest in prime nos is part-time. Hence,I'm
going to end up saying the obvious or end up treading on old ground.
Hope you have the patience to put up with me.
Anyhows, my latest line of thought: there will always be a prime no
very close to the square of a prime no.
Does this break down with the larger primes ?
> Anyhows, my latest line of thought: there will always be a prime noBut you must be more specific. How close is 'very close'? To make this
> very close to the square of a prime no.
> 121(11x11), prime=127
statement even vaguely acceptable, you'd have to look at a hell of a lot
more primes than those.