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Re: FW: [PrimeNumbers] Factor patterns

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  • Markus Frind
    To explain this pattern, you also have to explain why, 31 with A and B 13 and 19 divides elements 13 (155), and 19 (341) of the pattern, same with 59 with
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 2, 2002
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      To explain this pattern, you also have to explain why, 31 with A and B 13
      and 19 divides elements 13 (155), and 19 (341) of the pattern, same with
      59 with a,b 26 and 34 divide elements 26 and 24 of the main pattern
      below... All primes/composites that have a*b=-1 and a+b=1 pattern follow
      this pattern.

      At 07:37 PM 7/2/2002 -0700, Markus Frind wrote:
      >I wanted to add one more thing, can anyone explain why the following
      >pattern has emerged? 11 = 5+(3*2), 19 = 11 + (4*2), 29 = 19 + (5*2)...
      >to fininity?
      >
      >5 3, 3
      >11 4, 8
      >19 5, 15
      >29 6, 24
      >41 7
      >55 8
      >71 9
      >89 10
      >109 11
      >131 12
      >155 13
      >181 14
      >209 15
      >239 16
      >271 17
      >305 18
      >341 19
      >379 20
      >419 21
      >461 22
      >505 23
      >551 24
      >599 25
      >649 26
      >701 27
      >755 28
      >811 29
      >869 30
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