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Re: [PrimeNumbers] Ultimate discovery about prime number

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  • Paul Leyland
    ... 200 % 7 = 4. That should indicate my opinion. Better luck next time. Paul
    Message 1 of 5 , Mar 26, 2010
      On Fri, 2010-03-26 at 09:55 +0000, akhand276 wrote:
      >
      > Dear friends,
      > I am new to this group. This is my first message to this group.
      >
      > even number%odd number
      > % is remainder operation
      >
      > if both number is not prime number then remainder will be 0,1 or prime
      > number.reverse(odd number%even number) is also true.
      >
      > what is your opinion about it.
      > -ajay khandelwal


      200 % 7 = 4. That should indicate my opinion.

      Better luck next time.


      Paul
    • Paul Leyland
      ... Oops! My initial response failed to take into account the requirement that both numbers are not primes. 8-( Sorry about that. However, 400%15 == 10
      Message 2 of 5 , Mar 26, 2010
        On Fri, 2010-03-26 at 11:52 +0000, Paul Leyland wrote:
        >
        > On Fri, 2010-03-26 at 09:55 +0000, akhand276 wrote:
        > >
        > > Dear friends,
        > > I am new to this group. This is my first message to this group.
        > >
        > > even number%odd number
        > > % is remainder operation
        > >
        > > if both number is not prime number then remainder will be 0,1 or
        > prime
        > > number.reverse(odd number%even number) is also true.
        > >
        > > what is your opinion about it.
        > > -ajay khandelwal
        >
        > 200 % 7 = 4. That should indicate my opinion.
        >
        > Better luck next time.
        >
        > Paul

        Oops! My initial response failed to take into account the requirement
        that both numbers are not primes. 8-( Sorry about that.

        However, 400%15 == 10 suggests that you still need to re-consider.


        Paul
      • Mark
        ... True, but having a common factor (five) makes it too easy. :) How about 64%15 == 4. Ajay welcome to the world of primes and ultimate discovery quashings!
        Message 3 of 5 , Mar 26, 2010
          --- In primenumbers@yahoogroups.com, Paul Leyland <paul@...> wrote:
          >
          > On Fri, 2010-03-26 at 11:52 +0000, Paul Leyland wrote:
          > >
          > > On Fri, 2010-03-26 at 09:55 +0000, akhand276 wrote:
          > > >
          > > > Dear friends,
          > > > I am new to this group. This is my first message to this group.
          > > >
          > > > even number%odd number
          > > > % is remainder operation
          > > >
          > > > if both number is not prime number then remainder will be 0,1 or
          > > prime
          > > > number.reverse(odd number%even number) is also true.
          > > >
          > > > what is your opinion about it.
          > > > -ajay khandelwal
          > >
          > > 200 % 7 = 4. That should indicate my opinion.
          > >
          > > Better luck next time.
          > >
          > > Paul
          >
          > Oops! My initial response failed to take into account the requirement
          > that both numbers are not primes. 8-( Sorry about that.
          >
          > However, 400%15 == 10 suggests that you still need to re-consider.
          >
          >
          > Paul
          >

          True, but having a common factor (five) makes it too easy. :)

          How about 64%15 == 4.

          Ajay welcome to the world of primes and 'ultimate discovery' quashings!
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