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Introduction to Prime Numbers for Children
eBook (ePub): \$2.99     (1 Ratings)
A prime number (or a prime) is a natural number greater than 1 that has no positive divisors other than 1 and itself. A natural number greater than 1 that is not a prime number is called a composite... More > number. For example, 5 is prime because 1 and 5 are its only positive integer factors, whereas 6 is composite because it has the divisors 2 and 3 in addition to 1 and 6.< Less
On a New Prime Number Sieve Model
Paperback: \$6.60     In this book, i demonstrate how to calculate the number of prime numbers below 1,000 using a new method that groups odd numbers according to their last digits. After numbers are grouped according to... More > their last digits, a certain set of rules are used to separate prime numbers from the non-prime numbers.< Less
METHODOLOGY FOR PROVING PRIME NUMBER THEOREMS
eBook (PDF): \$2.00     Of the many studied number theories, the Goldbach Conjecture has been deemed unprovable by many in the Mathematical community. Here is the proof.
METHODOLOGY FOR PROVING PRIME NUMBER THEOREMS
Paperback: \$8.50     Of the many studied number theories, the Goldbach Conjecture has been deemed unprovable by many in the Mathematical community. Here is the proof.
Numbers
Paperback: \$12.65     This short booklet is a review of numbers and their properties, including prime numbers, decimal numbers, exponents and radicals, and scientific notation. It is part of a series of review booklets... More > for adults, organized by topic.< Less
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primes to ten million...
Paperback: \$22.80     This book is nothing more but a directory of all prime numbers up to ten million.
Distributions of the Integers: Primes and Composites
eBook (PDF): \$5.00     'The Distributions of Integers' has considerable novel material. It begins with the established idea that sets of pairs of primes, that are separated by composites and defined by gap size, have... More > densities on the number line in proportion to the square of the density of primes. Span, a new parameter, in contrast to gap, is introduced and defined as the difference between two primes with other primes allowed in the interval of separation. Empirical evidence shows that spans have more exciting properties than gaps. The above results are expanded to include (i) ‘triplets’ and higher numbers of primes. (ii) a theory developed to show where gaps of each allowed magnitude should first appear in the number line (iii) the Goldbach primes and (iv) an examination of the composites in a similar manner to the primes, but knowing that composites are divided into non-interacting sets, each distinguished by the number of prime factors of its members… 44 equations, 26 tables, 31 figures, 16,443 words.< Less
Distributions of the Integers: Primes and Composites
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