# Squared Pattern

1. May 20, 2005

### AntonVrba

Inspired by BicycleTree's patterns

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

Find the next row and columb

2. May 23, 2005

### Rahmuss

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. May 23, 2005

### dextercioby

And it's not columb,but Columbus...:tongue2: I think you meant to fill in the last line.

It's "column".

Daniel.

4. May 25, 2005

### AntonVrba

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. May 25, 2005

### Rahmuss

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. May 25, 2005

### Jimmy Snyder

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. May 25, 2005

### AntonVrba

you will find the solution only by using primes