Monthly Archives: October, 2012

Prime Time Part 2

Prime numbers have fascinated mathematicians for centuries. Euclid (“The Father of Geometry”) was the first to prove that there is no greatest prime in what is a simple and easy-to-follow proof, beginning with the assumption that there IS a greatest prime. In the mode of Indirect Proofs, he then – in a few short steps …

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