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[number theory] sieving with a_i mod p_i
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If we sieve an interval [a,b] with 0 mod 2 , 0 mod 3 , 0 mod 5 etc
we get close to the primes in that interval.

If we sieve an interval [a,b] with 5 mod 2, 5 mod 3, 0 mod 5, 5 mod 7 , 5 mod 11 etc , we get close to the primes in the interval [a-5,b-5].

Therefore it is not so surprising the results for fixed a_i are so similar.

This is also why I say fixed a_i are less intresting.

regards

tommy1729
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RE: [number theory] sieving with a_i mod p_i - by tommy1729 - 09/11/2014, 11:40 AM

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