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  • develator81
    I said: Let k be a number of this form: I) k= (P^2-1)/6 - a where P is the nth prime number, and 0
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 5, 2006
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      I said:

      "Let k be a number of this form:
      I) k= (P^2-1)/6 - a where P is the nth prime number,
      and 0<a<(P^2-1)/6

      If:
      k - (Q^2-1)/6 is not a multiple of Q; then 6k+1 is prime with
      this considerations: Q is every prime that is lesser to P and
      greater than 3, so we need to do the test for the validity
      of "k" "m" times."


      Where it said "'m' times" it must said "the test must be done with
      every Q that is lesser to P and greater than 3"

      Thanks
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