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Old 2012-11-05, 12:52   #12
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I think of Blazys as being on more of a high-school level, so if this is him it's not his best work. But my French is pretty poor, so I can't judge if that's Don.
I think it's not the same guy. The level here is far lower.

Link to the 1-3-7-9 theorem:
http://www.les-mathematiques.net/phorum/file.php?4,file=25534,filename=The_SOW_Theorem_1379.pdf

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Old 2012-11-05, 23:05   #13
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Dear friends,

Sorry to be late...

Please find in the attachment file or the link above the SOW theorem 1379 and the update list prime numbers (12+1). Thank you in advance for your kind attention. Feel free to publish the list.

http://www.one-zero.eu/resources/The...eorem+1379.pdf

Thank you so much

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The SOW Theorem 1379 : After 11, all prime numbers s hall be ended by 1 or 3 or 7 or 9.
Foreword
The perfect series can be find between 11-13-17-19. However all numbers ended by 1 or 3 or 7 or 9
are not a prime numbers. We conclude that just numbers ended by 1 or 3 or 7 or 9 are necessary for
computers and software’s prime test. The probability (nP) with (p=4) must be applicate between for
example (10, 20) follow to the formula (n – 10, + 1).
The official List of Thierno M. SOW Prime Numbers (12+1)

P
58426759
67878511
73278467
92365877


840354041

840354259
1450177357
1450555021
1595921027
1674567637
2022200491
19008384119
37171516639

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Old 2012-11-06, 07:06   #14
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58426759
67878511
73278467
92365877


840354041

840354259
1450177357
1450555021
1595921027
1674567637
2022200491
19008384119
37171516639
Well I don't really understand what's special with these prime numbers? Do they have a special form which I don't see through? Or are they just your special prime numbers of choice?

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Old 2012-11-06, 08:03   #15
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From what I gathered, it suggest that M (number) is supposed to be prime
M58426759
M67878511
etc...
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Old 2012-11-06, 09:04   #16
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Dear friends,

The SOW Theorem 1379 : After 11, all prime numbers s hall be ended by 1 or 3 or 7 or 9.
So, you are saying that for every prime number p, p > 11: p is odd and not divisible by 5, right?

Congratulations, you are right ;-)

-j

PS: You can even "extend" your "theorem" to p > 5
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Old 2012-11-06, 17:13   #17
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From what I gathered, it suggest that M (number) is supposed to be prime
M58426759
M67878511
etc...
Maybe, but

M58426759 Factored 7740026471767
M73278467 Factored 465611379319
M840354041 Factored 536145878159, 8906072126519
M1674567637 Factored 7391541549719

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Old 2012-11-06, 20:52   #18
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To summarize:
58426759 (factored)
67878511 (no factor below 2^71)
73278467 (factored)
92365877 (no factor below 2^68)
840354041 (factored)
840354259 (no factor below 2^72)
1450177357 (no factor below 2^63)
1450555021 (no factor below 2^63)
1595921027 (no factor below 2^63)
1674567637 (factored)
2022200491 (no factor below 2^63)
19008384119 (factored)
37171516639 (factored)

M19008384119 has a factor: 38016768239 (35.1 bits, k=1)
M37171516639 has a factor: 21756934747006369 (54.3 bits, k=292656 = 2^4 · 3 · 7 · 13 · 67)
M37171516639 has a factor: 3048064364399 (41.5 bits, k=41)
(factored by Factor5 v.5.01)

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Old 2012-11-08, 15:30   #19
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Greetings
I appreciate your thoughtfulness. Thank you for caring. Its brilliant, above all for the factors. Please find here the latest recorded prime numbers. Arx

M
397684333
409675417
412536893
424873441

430311241
447830891
452457233
507061627

377931977
8657012671
8677273573
8683046279
8957649431
9023222179
9306204751
9431067469
9833788021
9940250029

4271474747
11200589831
13002760601
104691786799
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Old 2012-11-08, 15:51   #20
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I see that the few one that are not factored got taken y you for LL. Bad move, since a afctor could be found very quickly
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Old 2012-11-08, 20:59   #21
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Once again:
397684333 (no factor below 2^65)
409675417 (factored)
412536893 (factored)
424873441 (factored)
430311241 (factored)
447830891 (factored)
452457233 (factored)
507061627 (factored)
377931977 (no factor below 2^73)
8657012671 (factored)
8677273573 (no factor below 2^65)
8683046279 (no factor below 2^65)
8957649431 (factored)
9023222179 (factored)
9306204751 (factored)
9431067469 (no factor below 2^65)
9833788021 (no factor below 2^65)
9940250029 (factored)
4271474747 (no factor below 2^66)
11200589831 (factored)
13002760601 (no factor below 2^65)
104691786799 (factored)

M8657012671 has a factor: 323010456780353
M8957649431 has a factor: 103568342721223
M8957649431 has a factor: 2866447817921
M9023222179 has a factor: 90232221791 (k=5)
M9306204751 has a factor: 13739680694376401
M9306204751 has a factor: 1042294932113
M9940250029 has a factor: 1726740713037649
M9940250029 has a factor: 9542640027841
M11200589831 has a factor: 17262976280567737
M104691786799 has a factor: 965084276537120063

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Old 2012-11-09, 14:41   #22
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dabaichi + jnml + aketilander
Thx. Keep the rhyme. The gods had made thee poetical...Arx
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