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  • kadhirvel
    I enjoyed the prime pattern below.Hope u guys already r now. 47 + 0 = 47(Prime) 47 + 50 = 97(Prime) 97 + 100 = 197(Prime) 197 + 200 = 397(Prime)
    Message 1 of 5 , May 31, 2006
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      I enjoyed the prime pattern below.Hope u guys already r now.

      47 + 0 = 47(Prime)
      47 + 50 = 97(Prime)
      97 + 100 = 197(Prime)
      197 + 200 = 397(Prime)
      397 + 400 = 797(Prime)
      797 + 800 = 1597(Prime)
      Thats it, no more.Alas! isn't it?

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    • Gunaseelapandian
      Kadhirvel, I found more 13 series from 10 13+10 = 23 23 +20 = 43 43 + 40 = 83 83 + 80 = 163 13 series from 30 13 + 30 = 43 43 + 60 = 103 103 + 120 = 223 223 +
      Message 2 of 5 , Jun 1, 2006
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        Kadhirvel,

        I found more

        13 series from 10

        13+10 = 23
        23 +20 = 43
        43 + 40 = 83
        83 + 80 = 163

        13 series from 30

        13 + 30 = 43
        43 + 60 = 103
        103 + 120 = 223
        223 + 240 = 463



        43 series from 30

        43 + 30 = 73
        43 + 60 = 103
        103 + 120 = 223
        223 + 240 = 463

        43 series from 10

        43 + 10 = 53
        53 + 20 = 73
        73 + 40 = 113
        113 + 80 = 193
        193 + 160 = 353
        353 + 320 = 673



        41 series from 30

        41 + 30 = 71
        71 + 60 = 131
        131 + 120 = 251
        251 + 240 = 491
        491 + 480 = 971
        971 + 560 = 1531


        37 series from 10

        37 + 10 = 47
        47 + 20 = 67
        67 + 40 = 107


        31 series from 10

        31 + 10 = 41
        41 + 20 = 61
        61 + 40 = 101
        101 + 80 = 181


        Guna



        --- In primenumbers@yahoogroups.com, kadhirvel <kadickv@...> wrote:
        >
        > I enjoyed the prime pattern below.Hope u guys already r now.
        >
        > 47 + 0 = 47(Prime)
        > 47 + 50 = 97(Prime)
        > 97 + 100 = 197(Prime)
        > 197 + 200 = 397(Prime)
        > 397 + 400 = 797(Prime)
        > 797 + 800 = 1597(Prime)
        > Thats it, no more.Alas! isn't it?
        >
        > Send instant messages to your online friends
        http://uk.messenger.yahoo.com
        >
        > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
        >
      • Adam
        Longer patterns start at 107 (length 7), 14633 length 8), 38089 (length 9) If you beleive the extended Dirichlet confecture, there are arbitarily long
        Message 3 of 5 , Jun 1, 2006
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          Longer patterns start at

          107 (length 7), 14633 length 8), 38089 (length 9)

          If you beleive the extended Dirichlet confecture, there are
          arbitarily long patterns. I found no length 10 through p=6678523

          Adam

          --- In primenumbers@yahoogroups.com, kadhirvel <kadickv@...> wrote:
          >
          > I enjoyed the prime pattern below.Hope u guys already r now.
          >
          > 47 + 0 = 47(Prime)
          > 47 + 50 = 97(Prime)
          > 97 + 100 = 197(Prime)
          > 197 + 200 = 397(Prime)
          > 397 + 400 = 797(Prime)
          > 797 + 800 = 1597(Prime)
          > Thats it, no more.Alas! isn't it?
          >
          > Send instant messages to your online friends
          http://uk.messenger.yahoo.com
          >
          > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
          >
        • Jens Kruse Andersen
          ... 318358420906433 + 0 = 318358420906433 (Prime) 318358420906433 + 50 = 318358420906483 (Prime) 318358420906483 + 100 = 318358420906583 (Prime)
          Message 4 of 5 , Jun 1, 2006
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            kadhirvel wrote:
            > 47 + 0 = 47(Prime)
            > 47 + 50 = 97(Prime)
            > 97 + 100 = 197(Prime)
            > 197 + 200 = 397(Prime)
            > 397 + 400 = 797(Prime)
            > 797 + 800 = 1597(Prime)

            318358420906433 + 0 = 318358420906433 (Prime)
            318358420906433 + 50 = 318358420906483 (Prime)
            318358420906483 + 100 = 318358420906583 (Prime)
            318358420906583 + 200 = 318358420906783 (Prime)
            318358420906783 + 400 = 318358420907183 (Prime)
            318358420907183 + 800 = 318358420907983 (Prime)
            318358420907983 + 1600 = 318358420909583 (Prime)
            318358420909583 + 3200 = 318358420912783 (Prime)
            318358420912783 + 6400 = 318358420919183 (Prime)
            318358420919183 + 12800 = 318358420931983 (Prime)
            318358420931983 + 25600 = 318358420957583 (Prime)
            318358420957583 + 51200 = 318358421008783 (Prime)
            318358421008783 + 102400 = 318358421111183 (Prime)
            318358421111183 + 204800 = 318358421315983 (Prime)

            --
            Jens Kruse Andersen
          • Jens Kruse Andersen
            ... That should be 39089. The first length 15: 64316477382794687 + 0 = 64316477382794687 (Prime) 64316477382794687 + 50 = 64316477382794737 (Prime)
            Message 5 of 5 , Jun 2, 2006
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              Adam wrote:
              > 107 (length 7), 14633 length 8), 38089 (length 9)

              That should be 39089.
              The first length 15:

              64316477382794687 + 0 = 64316477382794687 (Prime)
              64316477382794687 + 50 = 64316477382794737 (Prime)
              64316477382794737 + 100 = 64316477382794837 (Prime)
              64316477382794837 + 200 = 64316477382795037 (Prime)
              64316477382795037 + 400 = 64316477382795437 (Prime)
              64316477382795437 + 800 = 64316477382796237 (Prime)
              64316477382796237 + 1600 = 64316477382797837 (Prime)
              64316477382797837 + 3200 = 64316477382801037 (Prime)
              64316477382801037 + 6400 = 64316477382807437 (Prime)
              64316477382807437 + 12800 = 64316477382820237 (Prime)
              64316477382820237 + 25600 = 64316477382845837 (Prime)
              64316477382845837 + 51200 = 64316477382897037 (Prime)
              64316477382897037 + 102400 = 64316477382999437 (Prime)
              64316477382999437 + 204800 = 64316477383204237 (Prime)
              64316477383204237 + 409600 = 64316477383613837 (Prime)

              The next is at 83265297964012643.

              --
              Jens Kruse Andersen
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