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HarleQuin
08-03-2008, 10:38 PM
a prime is definately bottom-top-bottom,a non-prime is the same except that when at the bottom it simplifies and then makes further division. A prime is 1/2.Also n(!) -n reveals a right triangle with hypotenuse root 2.If n!-n is shown it is minus a side and reconstructs to an isosceles.This is half aswell and predicts primes.and only primes.if contrasted with a circle which is inherently summing we see the half aswell.also 2Pi/6 is a radian,when n=2 according to Reimann.all circles are alike so all summation is alike.Without doubt all primes lie on the one-half,non-primes make a simplification and further division.Which will only reduce to prime factors.A prime sees no action at all as it does not divide,so is zero so to speak non-primes simplify.y=x also shows a prime line of 1/2 as everywhere else is composite areas.also with this n!-n thing contrasted against a circle can its integral and differential be used to show twin-primes aswell?if n is prime an x amount of times or vice-versa and (n!-n) is divisible by 2,3 and seven, and base ten illustrates the result we can use this to count in any peculiar direction probably to show twins.also the right triangle i was on about a minute ago ,as all factorials end in zero except 2x3x4 we can show that the right triangle can be taken to specific totals, and more importantly subtracted from.if this n value is prime it does not reveal a twin.as two will not go.if not, and n is or can be factorised by 2,3,and 7and eight,and doesn't end in five (this takes care of ten also)is it not inherently twin?

HallsofIvy
08-25-2008, 02:47 PM
a prime is definately bottom-top-bottom,a non-prime is the same except that when at the bottom it simplifies and then makes further division.
I have no idea what you mean by "bottom-top-bottom". Could you explain?

A prime is 1/2.
And surely this does not mean what it looks like! No, there is no prime equal to 1/2 so what do you mean by "is" here?

Also n(!) -n reveals a right triangle with hypotenuse root 2.
In what sense does a number, n!-n, "reveal" any triangle?

If n!-n is shown it is minus a side and reconstructs to an isosceles.This is half aswell and predicts primes.and only primes.if contrasted with a circle which is inherently summing we see the half aswell.also 2Pi/6 is a radian,when n=2 according to Reimann.all circles are alike so all summation is alike.Without doubt all primes lie on the one-half,non-primes make a simplification and further division.Which will only reduce to prime factors.A prime sees no action at all as it does not divide,so is zero so to speak non-primes simplify.y=x also shows a prime line of 1/2 as everywhere else is composite areas.also with this n!-n thing contrasted against a circle can its integral and differential be used to show twin-primes aswell?if n is prime an x amount of times or vice-versa and (n!-n) is divisible by 2,3 and seven, and base ten illustrates the result we can use this to count in any peculiar direction probably to show twins.also the right triangle i was on about a minute ago ,as all factorials end in zero except 2x3x4 we can show that the right triangle can be taken to specific totals, and more importantly subtracted from.if this n value is prime it does not reveal a twin.as two will not go.if not, and n is or can be factorised by 2,3,and 7and eight,and doesn't end in five (this takes care of ten also)is it not inherently twin?
You seem to be trying to say something but I cannot imagine what.

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08-31-2009, 08:49 AM

0=v.i.
08-31-2009, 03:00 PM
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