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December 12th, 2018, 06:49 AM   #1
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A brief description of the book "Mystery of Prime numbers solved"

A Brief description of the book "Mystery of Prime Numbers solved"

1. Science behind spiritualism it is related with understanding of soul and include a proof of existence of another universe different from our universe.

2. Prime numbers are indivisible part of Numbers system. Theory of numbers or number theory visualize prime numbers as residue.
but in this book the theory, wave theory of numbers which consider prime numbers as void and composite number as non-void and uses theorem related to mixture of waves to study different prime number conjecture.

3. A new concept of time that is time and possibilities relation , how this term are interlinked and when connected with wave theory of numbers gives a different view of our universe.

4. Some part of this book,few chapters are connected with recreational mathematics and Numerology. here numerology contain one law which is law of 9 and through this many constants/numbers are related and have meaning.

to read this book you require only knowledge of High school mathematics.
https://www.amazon.com/Mystery-prime...kumar+chanchal
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