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Re: A strange property of prime numbers

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  • Mark
    Ajay, any odd number divided by 4 must give a remainder of 1 or 3, so the universe is as it should be, for now. Mark
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 18, 2012
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      Ajay, any odd number divided by 4 must give a remainder of 1 or 3, so the universe is as it should be, for now.

      Mark


      --- In primenumbers@yahoogroups.com, ajay khandelwal <akhand276@...> wrote:
      >
      > dear friends,
      > I found a strange thing about prime numbers.when we divide a prime number by 4 we get 1 or 3 as remainder.same result is obtained in "number of multiplication of prime numbers".
      > for example 39 is multiplication of 13(prime number) and 3(prime number).39 gives 3 as
      > remainder.91 is the multiplication of 13 and 7 which gives 3 as remainder.
      > what do u think?
      > -ajay
      >
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