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Re: [PrimeNumbers] Re: Proving Sierpinski conjecture before SoB completes its task

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  • Jack Brennen
    ... I tried (in private email) giving the example of the dual sequences: 10^n-7 7*10^n-1 They both have the same covering set (it can be found in under a
    Message 1 of 7 , May 19, 2008
      Phil Carmody wrote:
      >
      > Now reread what Jack wrote (which was also going be in my original post too, but thinking that it was a bit obvious I removed it for brevity), and think a bit more.
      >


      I tried (in private email) giving the example of the dual sequences:

      10^n-7
      7*10^n-1

      They both have the same covering set (it can be found in under a
      minute with just a little thought). One of the sequences has a
      very easy to find prime; the other one is easily proven to have no
      primes.
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