[seqfan] Re: Self-describing chunks of primes
Eric Angelini
Eric.Angelini at kntv.be
Sat Nov 30 20:57:31 CET 2013
Yes, Maximilian -- my apologizes!
Best,
É.
Le 30 nov. 2013 à 19:49, "M. F. Hasler" <oeis at hasler.fr> a écrit :
>> Marking the primes:
>> T=(2),1,4,(3),6,(5),8,9,10,12,(7),14,15,16,(11),18,20,21,22,24,25,(13),26,27,28,30,32,(17),33,...
>> Computing the size of each "non-prime chunk" gives:
>> 2-1-4-3-6-5...
>> ... which is T itself.
>
> But for
> T=(1,[2],4,6,[3],8,9,10,12,[5],14,15,...)
> you also have:
> a chunk of 1 non-prime, followed by a prime*,
> a chunk of 2 non-primes, followed by a prime*,
> a chunk of 4 non-primes, followed by a prime*,
> a chunk of 6 non-primes, followed by a prime,...
>
> M.
>
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