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# Why Get Kicked Off A Math Site For This Prime Number Counting Algirithm. It Works! watch

1. PRIME NUMBER COUNTING: EXAMPLE

(A) 0.455897334 × (B)276 = 125.8255664157 (C)
(D) 0.430387657 × (E)488 = 210.0291769069 (F)

B = (91squared - 1)/30 C = Prime numbers up to 91squared on number line (1 + n 30) 1, 31, 61, 91 etc. = 125(C)

E = (121squared - 1)/30 F = Prime numbers up to 121 squared
on number line (1 + n30) 1, 31, 61 etc. = 210(F)

And the bits that matter? A and D? UNBELIEEEEEVABLY SIMPLE!...

A = (6 × 10 × 12 × 16 × 18 × 22 × 28 × 30 × 36 × 40 × 42 × 46 × 52 × 58 × 60 × 66 × 70 × 72 × 78 × 82 × 88)divided by (7 × 11 × 13 × 17 × 19 × 23 × 29 × 31 × 37 × 41 × 43 × 47 × 53 × 59 × 61 × 67 × 71 × 73 × 79 × 83 × 89)
OR
A = ((prime(1) - 1) × (prime(2) - 1)....× (prime(n) - 1)) divided by
((prime(1) × prime(2)......×.prime(n))
Prime 1 is 7. Prime 2 is 11, etc Prime (n) in this case = 89(prime next down from 91)

D = A × (96 × 100 × 102 × 106 × 108 × 112) divided by (97 × 101 × 103 × 107 × 109 × 113)
In this case prime (n) = 113(prime next down from 121.
If you wish to test/play with this, for it to work without altering any values except n squared, just go up in 30s, eg 151, 181, 211 etc. If you try other values, alterations are required. Or work out the needed alterations yourself so as to understand what's happening.
Advancing from all this, many, many prime conjectures can be proved and counted, including Twin/Polignac, Goldbach
proof and counting of how many of prime pairs = N, and therefore leading to proof by demonstration of Reimann.

There is always a possibilty that l have written something incorrectly. If anything doesn't work, let, me know. It does work.

If people act grown up here, l would like to put up a solving of Collatz Conjecture.
2. The phrase "not even wrong" has rarely seemed more appropriate.

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