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Re: [PrimeNumbers] Did any people prove that prime number is not a random number?

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  • asen@theory.saha.ernet.in
    Hi! I do not know...but I can give you one simple fact. All odd numbers ( 1) that are not prime are expressible in the form (2n+r)^2 - (r-1)^2 where n and r
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 27, 2002
      Hi!
      I do not know...but I can give you one simple fact.
      All odd numbers (> 1) that are not prime are expressible in the form

      (2n+r)^2 - (r-1)^2 where n and r are natural.

      From here we can say that all odd numbers(>1) not expressible in the above
      form are primes.
      See if this helps.

      Comments are welcome.

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      On Fri, 26 Jul 2002, wahooo12345 wrote:

      > Did any people prove that prime number is not a random number?
      > Do they have any pattern?
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