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Originally posted by tauristercus
So what we end up with is an infinite number of concentric circles, each divided up into 24 segments
Primes are obviously a base-10 phenomena and I'm not even sure if there's a "prime number equivalent" in any other base ... now you've got me thinking ... well done !
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Originally posted by way2slo
1. 41 x 41 = 1681
2. 1681 / 24 = 70.0416666666666 (repeating)
3. 70 + 1 = 72
4. 0.0416666666666 x 24 = 1
Really?
edit:
Nevermind looks like someone already covered that. But awesome post I will have to come back to this again!
[edit on 20-9-2009 by way2slo]
Originally posted by Mortimer452
(Continued from first post)
I'm surprised no one has mentioned any possible implications here . . .
Based on your diagram and formulas, this could potentially greatly reduce the amount of time required for de-factorization of multiplied primes used in encryption technologies. The elusive "n" would certainly make it REALLY easy but even without, the fact that you can quickly reduce your number of possible combinations down to those on the prime rays is of great value.
Your formula could quickly determine whether an exhaustive test would be necessary on any candidate number in the defactorization process.
Originally posted by YourForever
Originally posted by tauristercus
So what we end up with is an infinite number of concentric circles, each divided up into 24 segments
You have not plotted an infinite number of circles. You plotted 10. I want to see the findings repeated flawlessly in 100 circles to give your statement any credibility. This is rather like early mathematicians computing pie to 10 places and claiming that is all.
Originally posted by sylintcc08
Your work on this has me amazed. I recently started coming to ATS to read the topics on the front page that interested me but yours is the first that has actually gotten me to finally create an account and post.
I sat here for the past hour trying to find an equation that would satisfy n. Obviously an hour is nowhere near enough time to figure it out because you have probably been working on it wayyyy longer than that. But I cant help but feel that there is a relationship between n and the star numbers. I spent most of that hour trying to find a relationship between n and star numbers working from the bottom up with your example with 11 * 127.
Your work really has my attention even though I am not the greatest at math!
Originally posted by Agree2Disagree
Just out of curiosity...how long have you worked on this?
I am truly impressed with your work. S&F for sure once I get off my mobile!
A2D
(this thread and others like it are a prime[no pun intended] example of why ATS is so amazing)
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So rest assured, your diagram is correct.