A prime number (or a prime) is a natural number greater than 1 that cannot be divisible by smaller prime numbers.
Anybody either confirm or refute that I might be wrong?
a prime number cannot be divided by any number but its self and 1.
other wise it is also a composite number....
some fun with numbers
a series of numbers raised to an equal power and added together
where N = 0=>> infinity
0:(1^n + 2^n) = 2
1:(1^n + 2^n) = 3
2:(1^n + 2^n ) = 5 =>>> (1^(1^n + 2^n ) + 2^(1^n + 2^n ) ) { 2 = (1^n + 2^n) replace all n's with the equation for "0" and use n as 0 and surprise the answer is still 5.
3:(1^n + 2^n) = 9 =>> (1^(1^n + 2^n) + 2^(1^n + 2^n)) { 3 = (1^n + 2^n) replace all n's with the equation for "1" and use n as 1 and surprise the answer is still 9.
4:(1^n + 2^n) = 17
5:(1^n + 2^n) = 33 =>> (1^(1^n + 2^n )+ 2^(1^n + 2^n )) {5 = (1^n + 2^n ) replace all n's with the equation for "2" and use N as 2 and surprise the answer is still 33},
{goofier yet 2 = (1^n + 2^n ) replace all n's with the equation for "2" and use N as 0 and surprise the answer is still 33.
=>> (1^(1^(1^n + 2^n) + 2^(1^n + 2^n) )+ 2^(1^(1^n + 2^n) + 2^(1^n + 2^n) ))
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0:(1^n + 3^n) = 2
1:(1^n + 3^n) = 4
2:(1^n + 3^n ) = 10
3:(1^n + 3^n ) = 28
4:(1^n + 3^n ) = 82
5:(1^n + 3^n ) = 244
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0:(1^n + 4^n) = 2
1:(1^n + 4^n) = 5 -> prime
2:(1^n + 4^n ) = 17 -> prime
3:(1^n + 4^n ) = 65
4:(1^n + 4^n ) = 257
5:(1^n + 4^n ) = 1025
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0:(1^n + 5^n) = 2
1:(1^n + 5^n) = 6
2:(1^n + 5^n ) = 26
3:(1^n + 5^n ) =126
4:(1^n + 5^n ) = 626
5:(1^n + 5^n ) =3126
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0:(2^n + 2^n) = 2
1:(2^n + 2^n) = 4
2:(2^n + 2^n ) = 8
3:(2^n + 2^n ) = 16
4:(2^n + 2^n ) = 32
5:(2^n + 2^n ) = 64
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0:(2^n + 3^n) = 2 -> prime
1:(2^n + 3^n) = 5 -> prime
2:(2^n + 3^n ) = 13 -> prime
3:(2^n + 3^n ) = 35 -> prime
4:(2^n + 3^n ) = 97 -> prime
5:(2^n + 3^n ) = 275
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0:(2^n + 4^n) = 2
1:(2^n + 4^n) = 6
2:(2^n + 4^n ) = 20
3:(2^n + 4^n ) = 72
4:(2^n + 4^n ) = 272
5:(2^n + 4^n ) =1056
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0:(2^n + 5^n) = 2
1:(2^n + 5^n) = 7 -> prime
2:(2^n + 5^n ) = 29 -> prime
3:(2^n + 5^n ) = 133
4:(2^n + 5^n ) = 641 -> prime
5:(2^n + 5^n ) =3157
6:(2^n + 5^n ) =15689
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if u might have noticed there is a pattern here that can generate potentially all primes.
gl deciphering it.
Some do, some teach, the rest look it up.