How Does the Squared Pattern Relate to Prime Numbers?

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In summary, the pattern is based on primes and the next row and column cannot be determined without further information.
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AntonVrba
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Inspired by BicycleTree's patterns

[tex]\begin{array}{c,c,c,c,c,c,c,c,c,c,c}
0&1&1&1&1&1&1&1&1&1&1\\
0&2&1&2&1&2&1&2&2&1&1\\
0&2&1&3&2&4&3&4&1&2&1\\
0&4&6&3&5&2&1&3&2&6&1\\
0&2&6&8&1&7&9&4&8&10&3\\
0&4&6&10&3&5&11&2&4&8&1\\
0&2&6&12&14&3&7&9&13&2&8\\
0&4&10&12&18&3&5&9&15&2&4\\
\end{array}[/tex]

Find the next row and columb
 
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AntonVrba said:
Inspired by BicycleTree's patterns
Find the next row and columb


When you say next "row and column" you mean that there is a whole new row AND a whole new column added onto that? Or is there just another row?
 
  • #3
And it's not columb,but Columbus...:-p I think you meant to fill in the last line.

It's "column".

Daniel.
 
  • #4
Rahmuss said:
When you say next "row and column" you mean that there is a whole new row AND a whole new column added onto that? Or is there just another row?

Yes rows AND columns can be expanded indefinately.

yes it is column not columb but then the b is next to the n on the keyboard
 
  • #5
AntonVrba said:
Yes rows AND columns can be expanded indefinately.

yes it is column not columb but then the b is next to the n on the keyboard

Do the row and column go together? Or can I find the row and still not know what the next column is? Because there aren't an equal amount of rows and columns...
 
  • #6
I have no clue for an answer. I note however the the second column is the differences between the primes.

2
-- 1
3
-- 2
5
-- 2
7
-- 4
11
-- 2
13
-- 4
17
-- 2
19
-- 4
23

This probably has no bearing on the solution.
 
  • #7
jimmysnyder said:
I have no clue for an answer. I note however the the second column is the differences between the primes.
.
you will find the solution only by using primes
 

Related to How Does the Squared Pattern Relate to Prime Numbers?

What is a Squared Pattern?

A squared pattern is a geometric design that consists of evenly spaced squares arranged in rows and columns. It can be created using various materials such as tiles, fabric, or even in digital form using computer software.

What are the characteristics of a Squared Pattern?

The main characteristics of a squared pattern are its repetition of squares in a regular and symmetrical arrangement. It can also include variations in color, size, and orientation of the squares.

What are some common uses of Squared Patterns?

Squared patterns are commonly used in interior design, architecture, and fashion. They can be found in flooring, wallpaper, clothing, and other decorative elements. They are also frequently used in mathematics and art as a visual representation of symmetry and repetition.

How do you create a Squared Pattern?

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What are some variations of Squared Patterns?

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