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few weeks ago while i was doing my physics homework, i thought about the acceleration of prime number, so used the kinematics equations of acceleration on prime numbers. i was amazed to find that the difference of square of two prime numbers(>5) are always divisible by 24. especially if you look into twin primes then you can see a pattern (yet unknown:uhh:)

i mean the differences are reasonable.

how can i prove that,, or m just becoming fool? misunderstanding basic ideas? ( coz once i was glad to find that each and every numbers can be construct out of prime numbers,, which is absolute and universal truth)

help me!!

m lost on nothing :grumpy:

here is the list of the few twin prime acceleration

twin prime t. prime acceleration

5,7 1

11,13 2

17,19 3

29,31 5

41,43 7

59,61 10

71,73 12

101,103 17

107,109 18

137,139 23

149,151 25

179,181 30

191,193 32

197,199 33

227,229 38

239,241 40

269,271 45

281,283 47

311,313 52

347,349 58

419,421 70

431,433 72

461,463 77

521,523 87

569,571 95

599,601 100

617,619 103

641,643 107

659,661 110

809,811 135

821,823 137

827,829 138

857,859 143

881,883 147

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