- Hello every body

i would like to describe 3 formulae to find primes with high quality and with huge number of primes in an interval

the formulae are

2*(K+10*(n)+k-10+(k+10*(n))^2)*(K+10*(n))-2*(k+10*(n))-5 , m1=k=9,8

2*(K+10*n-3+(k+10*(n^2)*(K+10*n)-2*(k+10*(n))-5=p ,m1=k=4,5,6,7

2*(2*k*n+10*n^2)*(k+10*n)-2*(k+10*n)^2-5=p ,m1=k=0,1,2,3

Yours sincerely

Murad AlDamen

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message boards, and much more! - Murad AlDamen wrote:

> Hello every body

Congrats...

> i would like to describe 3 formulae to find primes with high quality and with huge number of primes in an interval

> the formulae are

> 2*(K+10*(n)+k-10+(k+10*(n))^2)*(K+10*(n))-2*(k+10*(n))-5 , m1=k=9,8

> 2*(K+10*n-3+(k+10*(n^2)*(K+10*n)-2*(k+10*(n))-5=p ,m1=k=4,5,6,7

> 2*(2*k*n+10*n^2)*(k+10*n)-2*(k+10*n)^2-5=p ,m1=k=0,1,2,3

>

> Yours sincerely

> Murad AlDamen

Would you mind explaining to the list what a 'prime with high quality' is?

And also, might you explain exactly why you believe that these rather

complicated formulae work?

Thanks much,

Nathan Russell - i test it By PrimeForm for 1000 first number

'prime with high quality' is meaning you find primes easly in a small range

>> Yours sincerely

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message boards, and much more! - Murad AlDamen wrote:

>

ANY low numbers are unusually likely to be prime.

> i test it By PrimeForm for 1000 first number

> 'prime with high quality' is meaning you find primes easly in a small range

>

>>> Yours sincerely

>>> Murad AlDamen

>>

You still haven't really explained to the list community why (or,

indeed, if) your (somewhat complicated) expressions return more prime

values than, eg, choosing random small odd numbers. - Hi Nathan

So that it is conjecture

Murad

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