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between addition and multiplication
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(03/11/2011, 10:59 PM)bo198214 Wrote: Hey Martin, we are not talking about the function f(x) = a [4] x but about the function g(x) = a [x] b.

Right, I didn't remember correctly - but it had to do with considering only an interval for which arithmetic progression turns into geometric progression and then extrapolating to obtain further values.
I've worked on so many different ideas during the last few years, so I didn't dig into it any further. (The most proliferate idea being a real number Y for which floor(Y*p#) always produces primes for p=prime>1 with a probability of at least 1-10^-560)
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between addition and multiplication - by lloyd - 03/10/2011, 09:10 PM
RE: between addition and multiplication - by martin - 03/12/2011, 09:22 AM

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