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 2019-10-21, 16:10 #1 bhelmes     Mar 2016 2×7×23 Posts graphical interpretation of f(n)=n²+1 and f(m)=m²+m+1 A peaceful evening for you, i have tried to make a graphical interpretation of the primes for the irreducible polynomial f(n)=n²+1 and f(m)=m²+m+1 the radius of the primes is equal n resp. m p = f(n) resp. p=f(m) are the upper half if p | f(n) and p=/= f(n) resp. a reducible prime i print it in the lower half with degree = 360*p/f(n) This was a try to give a more graphical explication with revealing all the math. Suggestions ? Improvements ? Comments ? Greetings from the circle Bernhard Attached Thumbnails

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