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Squared Pattern

  1. May 20, 2005 #1
    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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  3. May 23, 2005 #2

    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?
     
  4. May 23, 2005 #3

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

    It's "column".

    Daniel.
     
  5. May 25, 2005 #4
    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
     
  6. May 25, 2005 #5
    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...
     
  7. May 25, 2005 #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.
     
  8. May 25, 2005 #7
    you will find the solution only by using primes
     
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