Zhou and Guo
Greener Journal of Science, Engineering and Technological Research Vol. 7 (2), pp. 021-024, May 2017.
ISSN: 2276-7835 © 2017 Greener Journals
Manuscript Number: 052117066
New Solutions to Solve Two Conjectures
*1Zhou Mi, 2Guo Yuan
1Suqian Economy and Trade Vocational School.
2QiGo Electromechanical Go.,Ltd of Fujian.
Based on digital black hole findings, this paper provided a new method for investigating the twin prime number issue. That is, writing down the prime numbers in sequence, counting the number of the prime numbers, the number of the twin prime numbers and the sum of these two numbers from the given numeric string respectively. After iteration repeatedly, the finally result will certainly fall into the black hole of either 000 or 202, testifying that there are infinite numbers of twin prime numbers. This new special method deals with the problem of twin prime numbers easily and effectively with potential application for digital media security.
Keywords: Mathematical Twin Black Holes, Kaprekar Numbers, Digital Storage.
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