Ex-News Junkie
Another variation
Tue Aug 8, 2017 7:31pm
2001:1970:5c22:6100:7937:4df:b4f0:9e2b

All prime numbers P are a subset of

SP = {2,3,5, and R + n x 30}

where
R = {1,7,11,13,17,19,23,29}
n = {0,1,2,3,... }
P is prime if (P mod SP) <> 0

It's simpler I suppose, but it loses the perspective that I originally derived this as a geometric pattern when treating primes as angles on an Archimedes Spiral, or on a unit circle.

  • Drum rollEx-News Junkie, Tue Aug 8 3:19pm
    Not sure about the notation, but here goes: The set of all prime numbers P is a subset of SP: SP = {2,3,5, and R + n x 360}, for n = {0,1,2,3,... } where R = { 1,7,11,13,17,19,23,29,... more
    • Another variation — Ex-News Junkie, Tue Aug 8 7:31pm
      • It's just a coincidenceEx-News Junkie, Sat Aug 19 9:31pm
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        • In fact it's even worseEx-News Junkie, Mon Sep 18 5:44pm
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