Numbers of the form k*2n ± 1
Considering odd numbers in the form k*2n ± 1, known as Robinson numbers
All odd primes can be represented in the form k*2n ± 1 where k is odd.
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21/04/2007 -In Depth investigation into Keller cycles and their properties
The following articles cover a variety of interesting issues that I have investigated over the years.
And don't forget : All you wanted to know about primes
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Last updated : 03/05/2013