A New and Simple Prime Sieving Technique for Generating Primes Ending with a Given Odd Digit
Asian Research Journal of Mathematics,
The essence of this paper is to furnish a simple prime sieving technique which deletes composites from a nite list of natural numbers ending with any given odd digit with the exception of the digit 5, leaving behind prime numbers ending with the given digit. This technique is so much like the Eratosthenes' sieving technique.
- Prime numbers
- prime sieve.
How to Cite
Daniele Lattanzi. Computational model of prime numbers by the modied chi-square function.Journal of Advances in Mathematics and Computer Science. SCIENCEDOMAIN International 10 Ufuoma; ARJOM, 15(1): 1-11, 2019; Article no.ARJOM.50417
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