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I have to prove that there excist an infinite number of prime numbers
In that proof I apply that:
n=p!+1 (where p is a prime number)
this number (n) is not divisible with any prime number less than or equal to p. Why is that? Is there anyone who could please explain this to me or maybe make it probale to me?
In that proof I apply that:
n=p!+1 (where p is a prime number)
this number (n) is not divisible with any prime number less than or equal to p. Why is that? Is there anyone who could please explain this to me or maybe make it probale to me?