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On The Emergence of a New Prime Number And Omega Sequences

@inproceedings{Ibrahim2021OnTE,
  title={On The Emergence of a New Prime Number And Omega Sequences},
  author={Moustafa Ibrahim},
  year={2021}
}
This paper highlights the emergence of the Omega sequence in number theory and its connection with the emergence of a new prime number, and also highlights its theoretical applications for Lucas-Lehmer primality test, and Euclid-Euler theory for even perfect numbers. We also show that Omega sequences unify and give new representations for Mersenne numbers, Fermat numbers, Lucas numbers, Fibonacci numbers, Chebyshev sequence, Dickson sequence, and others. 1 Summary for the main results For a… 

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