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A while ago i hear about finding the division number theory [Tell how a number can be divied be another unmber as a general formula]. And i am wondering if there is a theory "desicovered" the pattern of the prime numbers. Or at least a fixed pattern for predicting some of the prime numbers "i.e. skipping some".

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# Division theoryand Prime Number theory

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