Prime Numbers without Mystery

Jania Duha (jduha@umd.edu)


Reference: MPS: Pure mathematics
Classification: Algebra and Number Theory


ABSTRACT

To try understand the rule of prime numbers on the scenario of natural numbers is one of the most interesting tasks in mathematics today. In this work we present a model that shows how prime numbers appear in the natural sequence 1, 2, 3, ..., where they are hidden, and how to find then with 100% certainty. We also show that prime numbers should not be known as "random numbers", because they are not random at all. In fact, they follow a set of periodic patterns that can be easily found and understood.


Complete work at: PREPRINT