Ouannas, M. (2012). Distribution of prime numbers. PHILICA.COM Observation number 75.
Distribution of prime numbers

Moussa Ouannasunconfirmed user (Bejaia University)

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Above all I would like to add that checking the primality of large numbers takes months with giant computers
According to the table that I illustrated, it will take only 10 minutes even the numbers starts in london and finishes in algeria,
elsewhere in the primes we spoke only of quantity using the limit of the Euler function, but with the formula Rn = 8 n + Pk - np we can find the order “rank” of primes.

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to give more explaination to the reviewer

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Published on Sunday 4th November, 2012 at 10:29:37.

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