*How to make prime numbers.

*How to make prime numbers. *

Yes, you CAN make your own prime numbers at home! Video at bottom.

It’s easy. 2D + 1D + 41. A number squared + that same number + 41.

I figured out why, but I’m sure I’m not the first one. It’s so simple. Give all credit to Kenneth Udut for this one if you can’t find anybody else who thought it.

Why does it work? I think it’s because we use a base 10 number system. Zero through nine repeat. Zero through nine repeat. Plus, the formula is a quadratic equation.

Quad Means ”four”

Take any number, Square the number Then add the number then add 41. 41 and above form a pattern which generates new prime numbers.

Because it is a pattern, it repeats itself. It is repetitive because it does the same thing and forms a pattern. And it repeats itself. Again and again.

Because it is a pattern, that means that nothing over 40 matters. I am 41 years old. I do not matter. Hah Because I repeat myself.

10 x 4 = 40.

A base 10 number system times some equation that lives and breathes in two dimensions, (length and width or squares,) Equals a maximum of 40 unique things.

There is no mystery to prime numbers over 41

Because it forms a pattern.

And patterns repeat themselves.

Over and over again.

Just like me. XD

Shoutout to Euler for this one for giving Mathematicians something to do for hundreds of years. They just didn’t see how it works but it’s easy. :)

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