- In the late forties Mills proved [Mills47] that:
Mills' Theorem: there is a real number A for which [A^3^n] is always a
prime (n = 1,2,3,...).
I read that this theorem is related to particular primes that are between
I did not at all understand how this theorem is related to particular primes
I find Mills' theorem intuitively plausible.
It suggests another intuitively plausible theorem to me.
There exist a real number A such that
for every positive integer n,
int( 5^n * A ) - 5 * int( 5^(n-1) * A ) is prime.
Kermit < kermit@... >
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