Re: [PrimeNumbers] First order son primes
- Robert wrote:
> Why are chains of first order son primes not sought by prime huntersDifferent variations have been sought but less than the better known
Here are some prime sequences iterating ax+b:
You found the next term of one of them:
A page calling them generalized Cunningham chains:
A page saying "prime trees" about primes iterated with ax+/-b
where + and - can be mixed:
A prime tree of depth 26 for 2x+/-308843535 starting at 177857809:
Jens Kruse Andersen
- --- In email@example.com, "Jens Kruse Andersen"
> A page saying "prime trees" about primes iterated with ax+/-b
> where + and - can be mixed:
> A prime tree of depth 26 for 2x+/-308843535 starting at 177857809:http://unbecominglevity.blogharbor.com/blog/_archives/2006/5/12/1952529.html
Gosh, did not realise, and such a sad story for the blogger. If he had
come here first he could have saved himself 2 years work !!!!!