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Accurate and Infinite Prime Prediction from Novel Quasi-Prime Analytical Methodology

  title={Accurate and Infinite Prime Prediction from Novel Quasi-Prime Analytical Methodology},
  author={R. E. Grant and T. Ghannam},
  journal={arXiv: General Mathematics},
It is known that prime numbers occupy specific geometrical patterns or moduli when numbers from one to infinity are distributed around polygons having sides that are integer multiple of number 6. In this paper, we will show that not only prime numbers occupy these moduli, but non-prime numbers sharing these same moduli have unique prime-ness properties. When utilizing digital root methodologies, these non-prime numbers provide a novel method to accurately identify prime numbers and prime… Expand
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