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September 9th, 2013, 10:55 AM   #11
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Re: Geometrical Figure realized with prime numbers

Well The figure is definitely interesting but I believe that figure can be approximated by plotting 7 different equations of the form

so if my suggestion is correct then we might have some cool approximation with primes . but it is still not clear how that you made the spiral exactly. I guess I read over it or you're keeping it a secret .
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I definitely think it's cool but I don't know enough about its generation to speculate on what mathematical meaning, if any, it might have.
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Do you map the list of primes on a conical helix with specifics parameters on your schemes ?
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