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#101 2014-02-08 19:28:17

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Re: Prime Number Challenges

Okay.

69. p1+c2+p3...+c100=?

70. Is it prime?


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#102 2014-02-08 22:44:55

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#103 2014-02-10 21:15:27

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Re: Prime Number Challenges

Okay.

71. p47 - p46
72. p38 / p27


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#104 2014-02-10 22:59:01

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Hi;


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#105 2014-02-12 21:18:01

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Re: Prime Number Challenges

73. p2^2
74. add the digits of #73


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#106 2014-02-12 23:02:46

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In mathematics, you don't understand things. You just get used to them.
If it ain't broke, fix it until it is.
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#107 2014-05-18 12:45:05

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Re: Prime Number Challenges

Correct!

# 75 squared

# 76 cubed

# 77 (sum of digits of #75) cubed

# 78 (sum of #76 and #77) raise to the fifth power

# 79 (sum of digits of #78) squared

# 80 Is (sum of digits of #75-79) prime?


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#108 2014-05-18 12:59:39

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In mathematics, you don't understand things. You just get used to them.
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#109 2014-05-18 13:25:19

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# 81. to the four

# 82. prime?


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#110 2014-05-18 13:28:18

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Can you explain these a bit? I do not understand the questions.

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#111 2014-05-18 13:32:36

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Re: Prime Number Challenges

Okay. I'm sorry, but:

#81. What is 81^4?

#82. Is (Sum of digits of 81^4) prime?


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#112 2014-05-18 13:36:26

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#113 2014-05-18 13:40:38

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I mean sum of digits, like 4+3+0+4+6+7+2+1. Anyways, nice try!

I'll write the items more user friendly.

83. What is 3 to the 5?
84. Multiply that answer by itself.
85. Multiply it by the nth prime (let n be the answer to #83).


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#114 2014-05-18 13:43:15

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I missed the sum part, sorry. The question you asked in the last post was clear enough, thanks.

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#115 2014-05-18 13:43:59

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Hi;


In mathematics, you don't understand things. You just get used to them.
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#116 2014-05-18 13:45:21

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Please hide your answers bobbym or you will receive an infraction.

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#117 2014-05-18 13:47:30

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Sorry, latex error.


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#118 2014-05-18 14:01:31

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Re: Prime Number Challenges

It's okay. Time to sharpen our minds!

#86. 1+2+4+8+1+6+3+2+6+4+1+2+8...+1+0+4+8+5+7+6
#87. 1+3+9+2+7+8+1+2+4+3+7+2+9...+3+8+7+4+2+0+4+8+9
#88. 1+5+2+5+1+2+5+6+2+5+3+1+2+5...+9+7+6+5+6+2+5

Note: Give me the pattern first before the sum. Both in separate posts.

#89. Sum of digits of #86-88.

After solving for the sum of 86, 87 and 88, respectively, answer this in a separate post, again.

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#119 2014-05-27 22:33:50

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Hi;

I do not understand the questions please explain.


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#120 2014-05-28 01:27:26

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#121 2014-05-28 12:35:02

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Re: Prime Number Challenges

Hmm, since I'm too lazy to check...

#90. What is the square root of 121?

#91. It's obvious that it's prime. But, does the sum of its digits equal a prime number, too?


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#122 2014-05-28 12:57:52

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#123 2014-05-28 13:47:44

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Re: Prime Number Challenges

Whoops, I forgot to specify:

#91. Does the sum of the digits of the answer in #90 prime?


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#124 2014-05-28 13:49:42

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#125 2014-05-28 19:28:55

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Hi;

Should be #92


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