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The Prime Problem With A One Sentence Proof

The Prime Problem With A One Sentence Proof

To show the proof of a prime number, all it takes may be one small equation. According to the two square theorem, a prime number can be represented as the sum of two squared positive natural numbers. This equation is always unique to the prime number result. Did that go over your head? Watch the video below for a more in-depth explanation, plus more on primes.

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The Prime Problem With A One Sentence Proof

Take the sum of two squared positive natural numbers.

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Glitch Primes And Cyclops Numbers

Do you know what a glitch prime is?

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Fool-Proof Test For Primes

This is a handy trick.

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