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    If someone ever brings up┬áSrinivasa Ramanujan’s genius, in particular his astonishing decomposition of 1729, you can simulate a similar intellect by adding that it’s also the seventh smallest product of three primes separated by a common distance (i.e. 7, 13, 19 in this case). The first six are 105, 231, 627, 897, 935 and 1581.


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    October 15, 2013

    9 months ago





  • The Paradox of the Proof

    via RPS


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    May 19, 2013

    1 year ago





    September 5, 2011

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