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Oct
8
revised Longest Odd/Even Sequence in Composite Patterns
Attempt to rectify the inacuracy of my hastily added description of practical implications.
Oct
8
revised Longest Odd/Even Sequence in Composite Patterns
changed 'ones' to 'columns' for clarity.
Oct
8
revised Longest Odd/Even Sequence in Composite Patterns
Highlight the fact that these are odd primes
Oct
8
revised Longest Odd/Even Sequence in Composite Patterns
backpeddled to reword previous edit.
Oct
8
revised Longest Odd/Even Sequence in Composite Patterns
Last edit - added a bit of practical explanation of results, this edit - replaced 'potential composite'.
Oct
8
comment Longest Odd/Even Sequence in Composite Patterns
@Gerry Myerson - Actually the black-filled square represents a Goldbach Pair, oops.
Oct
8
comment Longest Odd/Even Sequence in Composite Patterns
@Gerry Myerson - Sorry to throw that one in unexplained. I really meant that it was either a composite or the prime that gave rise to it. In contrast to the black-filled square that is definitely a prime. Sometimes there is a fine line between too much detail and not enough and maybe I got on the wrong side of it.
Oct
8
revised Longest Odd/Even Sequence in Composite Patterns
Change 'convergence with' to 'divergence from'
Oct
8
asked Longest Odd/Even Sequence in Composite Patterns
Oct
7
revised What are my chances in a Most Excellent Adventure?
changed sided to faced for accuracy
Oct
7
answered What are my chances in a Most Excellent Adventure?
Oct
5
suggested rejected edit on Run away from lions in a cage
Oct
5
awarded  Teacher
Oct
3
revised A slightly stronger version of the Goldbach conjecture?
Rewording from 'additional' to 'distinct'
Oct
3
revised A slightly stronger version of the Goldbach conjecture?
Minor corrections
Oct
3
answered A slightly stronger version of the Goldbach conjecture?
Oct
2
comment Rotating equilateral triangles
Not with you on that Brian, but thanks for responding and I think it's best that I drop it now. I may stick with rotating machinery that has round things in future because these rotating triangles do strange things.
Oct
2
comment Rotating equilateral triangles
@Brian M. Scott - Does that also apply to the point that is 1/2 of a small triangle's side length anti-clockwise from the point in question: It initially moves through an arc of smaller radius.
Oct
2
comment Rotating equilateral triangles
Thanks for the help. I think what you're saying (in laymans terms) is that if I were to walk a path of fixed length, but the path was changing shape, then although I might have walked the distance of the path I would have moved further by virtue of the distortion. I sort of get the point.
Oct
2
awarded  Editor