Operation Based on Multiples of Three and Concatenation for Obtaining Primes and M-Primes and the Definition of a M-Prime

@inproceedings{Coman2015OperationBO,
  title={Operation Based on Multiples of Three and Concatenation for Obtaining Primes and M-Primes and the Definition of a M-Prime},
  author={Marius Coman},
  year={2015}
}
In this paper I show how, concatenating to the right the multiples of 3 with the digit 1, obtaining the number m, respectively with the number 11, obtaining the number n, by the simple operation n – m + 1, under the condition that both m and n are primes, is obtained often (I conjecture that always) a prime or a composite r = p(1)*p(2)*..., where p(1), p(2), ... are the prime factors of r, which have the following property: there exist p(k) and p(h), where p(k) is the product of some distinct… CONTINUE READING