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accepted What does scale free mean in terms of a scale free graph
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asked What does scale free mean in terms of a scale free graph
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accepted What all all possible summes that yeild number N called
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comment What all all possible summes that yeild number N called
My next question was going to be is there any relation to Primes and Partitions -- just saw there is a lot of work in that area :-) -- I wish I had majored in Math.
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comment What all all possible summes that yeild number N called
do you want to post this as an Answer -- I'll accept it
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asked What all all possible summes that yeild number N called
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revised Understanding a plot of composite numbers against the ordinal position of their prime factors
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accepted Understanding a plot of composite numbers against the ordinal position of their prime factors
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comment Understanding a plot of composite numbers against the ordinal position of their prime factors
Many thanks for the answer Robert -- I'll comeback and try to digest the answer in a bit -- you have to forgive me my math brain cells have been receding for a while
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comment Understanding a plot of composite numbers against the ordinal position of their prime factors
@RobertIsrael -- yes to " 5, 35 and 52, not 11, 140 and 229?" -- I just realized my question text was wrong -- corrected -- thanks
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revised Understanding a plot of composite numbers against the ordinal position of their prime factors
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comment Understanding a plot of composite numbers against the ordinal position of their prime factors
@RobertIsrael so the y axis the the order of the prime like 2 is 1, 3, is 2, ..., 11 is 5, 149 is 35, etc. -- I'll update the question with this clarificaiton
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comment Understanding a plot of composite numbers against the ordinal position of their prime factors
Hi @RobertIsrael, I was trying to get the lines to be as linear as possible so I was trying to pick a ration and I tried E/PI and it seemed to get me the most linear graph.
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asked Understanding a plot of composite numbers against the ordinal position of their prime factors
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revised Ulam's Spiral in multiple dimensions
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comment Ulam's Spiral in multiple dimensions
@RossMillikan, I'd be happy with any one -- I guess the property that I'd like to maintain is that the length of the spiral's arms in 3D space increase monotonically like the do in 2D space
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comment Ulam's Spiral in multiple dimensions
@RossMillikan -- I'm not sure how to continue (or even if it is possible) to continue the spiral beyond f(8) -> <x=-1,y=0,z=1>