- After exhaustive testing, I have determined the most abundant numeral for

primes in a given base:

2:0

3:1

4:1

5:0

6:3

7:2

8:4

9:7

10:1

11:3

12:A

13:0

14:1

15:A

16:F

Jon Perry

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http://www.brainbench.com - At 10:20 PM 3/29/2002 +0000, Jon Perry wrote:
>After exhaustive testing, I have determined the most abundant numeral for

Did you test to some limit?

>primes in a given base:

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+---------------------------------------------------------+ - Hmmm, not really. I did however create a sequence of numbers that I thought

was optimally aesthetitic. Maths kind of went out the window.

Jon Perry

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-----Original Message-----

From: Jud McCranie [mailto:jud.mccranie@...]

Sent: 30 March 2002 00:48

To: Jon Perry

Cc: Prime Numbers; Phil Carmody

Subject: Re: [PrimeNumbers] Most abundant numeral

At 10:20 PM 3/29/2002 +0000, Jon Perry wrote:>After exhaustive testing, I have determined the most abundant numeral for

Did you test to some limit?

>primes in a given base:

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Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/ - At 09:09 AM 3/30/2002 +0000, Jon Perry wrote:

>Did you test to some limit?

Increase your limit by a factor of, say, 10 and see if you get the same

>Hmmm, not really. I did however create a sequence of numbers that I thought

>was optimally aesthetitic. Maths kind of went out the window.

results.

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| Programming Achieved with Structure, Clarity, And Logic |

+---------------------------------------------------------+ >Increase your limit by a factor of, say, 10 and see if you get the same

results.

No point, coz 0*10 is 0.

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-----Original Message-----

From: Jud McCranie [mailto:jud.mccranie@...]

Sent: 31 March 2002 04:06

To: Jon Perry

Cc: Prime Numbers

Subject: RE: [PrimeNumbers] Most abundant numeral

At 09:09 AM 3/30/2002 +0000, Jon Perry wrote:

>Did you test to some limit?

Increase your limit by a factor of, say, 10 and see if you get the same

>Hmmm, not really. I did however create a sequence of numbers that I thought

>was optimally aesthetitic. Maths kind of went out the window.

results.

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| Jud McCranie |

| |

| Programming Achieved with Structure, Clarity, And Logic |

+---------------------------------------------------------+

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