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Bagadi, R. (2016). Sequences OF Primes Generation Using Relative Metric (Near End Ascending, Descending, Far End Ascending, Descending) With f=1. PHILICA.COM Article number 628.

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Sequences OF Primes Generation Using Relative Metric (Near End Ascending, Descending, Far End Ascending, Descending) With f=1

Ramesh Chandra Bagadiunconfirmed user (Physics, Engineering Mechanics, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin)

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Abstract
In this research investigation, the author has presented the notion of a Relative Ascending Near End Metric, Relative Ascending Far End Metric, Relative Descending Near End Metric, Relative Descending Far End Metric And The Field Generated By The Same For f=1 Which Is The Super-Set Of Sequence Of Primes.

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Bagadi, R. (2016). Sequences OF Primes Generation Using Relative Metric (Near End Ascending, Descending, Far End Ascending, Descending) With f=1. PHILICA.COM Article number 628.


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1 Author comment added 3rd July, 2016 at 11:50:22

We can implement the above Scheme on {1,2} and/ or* {2,3} using all four types of Metrics listed above, applying the first metric and generating the 3rd new Prime Number and using the latest two Prime Numbers, i.e., the 2nd and the 3rd Prime Numbers and applying the Second Metric and generating the 4th Prime and using the latest 3rd and 4th Prime and applying the Third Metric and generating the 5th Prime and using the latest 4th and 5th Prime and applying the Four Metric and generating the 6th Prime and again serially repeating the cycle again and again to generate more Prime Numbers. Since there 4! Ways, i.e., 24 ways of arranging the 4 detailed Metrics in a Serial Manner, one of these Combinations, will give the entire Sequence Of Primes.
* whichever gives us the entire Sequence Of Primes.




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