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  • paulmillscv
    Dear Primers, You are invited to investigate `Living Traditions of Mathematics featuring Diophantine m-tuples. For example, you probably know that there are
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 28, 2004
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      Dear Primers,
      You are invited to investigate `Living Traditions of
      Mathematics' featuring Diophantine m-tuples. For example, you
      probably know that there are lots of Fibonacci number identities.
      But this work shows that you can obtain analogous identities in
      Chebyshev Polynomials. Hence a rather large number of algebraic
      identities. For example U(m+2r).U(m+4r) + U(r-1)^2 = U(m+3r)^2
      where U(n) is the nth Chebyshev polynomial. The U polynomials are
      functions of x, so which U(n,x) polynomials are primes is a new topic
      for research. All at

      http://www.fidn.org/


      Regards,

      Paul Mills
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