**Volume 14** ▶ Number 1 ▷ Number 2 ▷ Number 3 ▷ Number 4

**A short remark on transcendental numbers**

*Original research paper. Pages 1—3*

Mladen Vassilev-Misanna

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In the paper, an application of the famous Gelfond—Schneider theorem is made.

**A Fibonacci cylinder**

*Original research paper. Pages 4—9*

Krassimir T. Atanassov and Anthony G. Shannon

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**The identification of rows of primes in the modular ring Z _{6}**

*Original research paper. Pages 10—15*

A. G. Shannon

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The simple function

*f*(*n*) = ½*n*(*an*± 1),*a*= 1, 3, 5 with*n*= 1, 2, …, 200, generated 615 primes of the modular ring Z_{6}. 194 of these were twin primes. Values of*n*which yielded primes for all*f*(*n*) were simply related to the number of primes in a given range.**Some properties of generalized third order Pell numbers**

*Original research paper. Pages 16—24*

A. G. Shannon and C. K. Wong

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This paper considers some properties of the third order recursive sequence defined by the linear recurrence relation

with appropriate initial conditions. The present work follows on from the case

*w*= 2_{m,n}^{m}w_{m, n−2}+*w*_{m, n−3},*n*≥ 3,*m*= 0, 1, 2,with appropriate initial conditions. The present work follows on from the case

*m*= 0 (Shannon*et al*). Relationships with the well-known sequences of Fibonacci, Lucas and Pell are developed. The motivation for the study was to find analogous results to some of the second order classic identities such as, for example, Simson’s identity and Horadam’s Fibonacci number triples.