The Pattern of Prime Numbers

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ABSTRACT

The prime numbers P≥5 obey a pattern that can be described by two forms or geometric progressions or that facilitates obtaining them sequentially, being possible also to calculate the quantity of primes that are in the geometric progressions as it is described in this document.

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Ferreira, J. (2017) The Pattern of Prime Numbers. Applied Mathematics, 8, 180-192. doi: 10.4236/am.2017.82015.

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