Mr. Pagano writez:

>I know a portion of the primes are what Hennix calls twin Young

>primes --or something to that effect like for example-17&19 ,

>29 &31 [examples not necessarily in the piece].

Young Primes: p x 2n-1

where p = any prime and n = any positive interger.

Example: 2 x 32 -1=17 or 2 x (3x2) -1 = 17

Twin Primes are pairs of primes seperated by 2.

29, 31

59, 61

227,229

and when you think of these as ratios, give a bit of thought to sum &

difference tones.

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I wrote:

>Young Primes: p x 2n-1

>where p = any prime and n = any positive interger.

>

>Example: 2 x 32 -1=17 or 2 x (3x2) -1 = 17

The first example doesn't show as 3 square in some email readers.

And that's why I included the second example. Wow.

Next: how many angels do fit on the head of a pin! ;)

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