I don't have the formula in-hand, but for twin primes

the Wilson-like formula has been made. I think it's

listed on the "prime pages" as being "practically

useless". A k-tuple formula would at least be

interesting though....

Joseph.

--- "John W. Nicholson" <

reddwarf2956@...>

wrote:

>

> Using Fermat's little (for one prime), Proth's (for

> the other

> prime), and Wilson's theorems for twins can a

> k-tuple prime theorem

> be stated?

>

> What I mean is let Fermat's little theorem

> congruence prove one of

> the twins combined with Proth's congruence prove the

> other like

> Wilson's twin prime congruence which uses (mod

> n(n+2)).

>

>

>

>

>

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