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A View of Primes, Twin Primes and Composites in Arithmetic Progressions

2020
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The technology for using arithmetic progressions (AP) to study prime numbers (p) has been used extensively in the past and hence is not new. [1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 19]. By applying the same technology I have chosen 8 related APs, each based on a common difference of 30 and each containing a set of unique numbers when compared to one another. As I am certainly not the first to utilise these particular 8 APs as a means of generating prime numbers [2], much of the paper will merely highlight why those

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