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How can I use mathematica to demonstrate things about prime numbers?

Posted 11 years ago
I am wanting to make a demonstration of each type of prime but I don't know how. Can you help me?
POSTED BY: caters carrots
Take a look at: Prime Numbers. Also, Wolfram|Alpha can give you a very nice presentation about prime numbers. For example just type 13-th prime number in Wolfram|Alpha and this is what you get - read through - so much information! You can do other primes in similar manner. Wolfram|Alpha uses Mathematica to compute everything. But if you want to get it directly in Mathematica just click equal sign twice at the begining of a new line in Mathematica and type the same thing after orange icon appears.

POSTED BY: Vitaliy Kaurov
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