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Number of prime numbers
Prime Numbers Set Definition
Definition of prime numbers can be written all over as this: Prime numbers does not have a factor other than itself and 1; as following;
row value, column value which
Sets consists of 's are;
P shows prime numbers' set,
Some features of sets are like below,
Set A consists of positive integers starting from 1, set B consists of positive integers greater than 1. Separately multiplying their own members with their own thus getting a new pair of sets. The difference of the new sets is the set of almost prime numbers. 1 is not a member of the prime numbers' set, prime numbers' set could be obtained by substracting 1 from latest found set. If it's desired a N value could be selected by that prime numbers' set can be obtained within the range of 1 to N --Nexusiot (talk) 20:46, 2 June 2016 (UTC) Comment : "Please add this new feature" --Nexusiot (talk) 20:46, 2 June 2016 (UTC)