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J. V. Leyendekkers
The University of Sydney, 2006 Australia
A. G. Shannon
Warrane College, University of New South Wales
Kensington, 1465 Australia
Primes were separated according to the right-end-digits (REDs) and classes in the modular ring Z6. The primes are given by jR, where j is the number of consecutive integers with RED = R (for p = 37, R = 7 and j = 3, and so on). The rows of j, in classes ̅26, ̅46 ⊂ Z6, that contain primes, are found to have the form ½n(an ± 1), a = 1, 3, 5. A total of 499 primes were generated for n = 1 to 80 for RED = 7. Similar results apply to REDs 1, 3 and 9. A scalar characteristic was detected in the row structure of j.
- Modular ring
- Triangular numbers
- Pentagonal numbers
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Leyendekkers, J. V., and Shannon, A. G. (2008). Analysis of primes using right-end-digits and integer structure. Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics, 14(3), 1-10.Chicago
Leyendekkers, JV, and AG Shannon. “Analysis of Primes Using Right-end-digits and Integer Structure.” Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics 14, no. 3 (2008): 1-10.MLA
Leyendekkers, JV, and AG Shannon. “Analysis of Primes Using Right-end-digits and Integer Structure.” Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics 14.3 (2008): 1-10. Print.