Number Theory


Sqrt(30a-11)=t and Sqrt(16a-7)=t

Authors: Toshiro Takami

sqrt(30a-11)=t and sqrt(16a-7)=t are of course an expression derived from sqrt(30a+1)=t and sqrt(16a+1)=t, but decided to announce sqrt(30a-11)=t and sqrt(16a-7)=t, because it has a feeling of producing more prime than sqrt(30a+1)=t and sqrt(16a+1)=t. These have the advantage that they do not produce numbers that end with 5 and It is difficult to produce a multiplication of prime numbers.

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[v1] 2018-12-04 02:42:56
[v2] 2018-12-20 01:47:08

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