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sauravshakya Group Title

Is there a formula to get nth term of the prime number. t(1)=2 t(2)=3 t(3)=5 t(4)=7 . . . t(n)=?

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  1. klimenkov Group Title
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    You will be given a lot of money if you'll find it! This is one of the most populap math problem in the world!

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  2. lgbasallote Group Title
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    2 is prime?

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  3. sauravshakya Group Title
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    oh.......

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  4. klimenkov Group Title
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    @lgbasallote sure. It has no dividers except 1 and itself 2.

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    Yes, 2 is prime. Interestingly, there is a relationship between terms in the Fibonacci sequence and primes.

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  6. lgbasallote Group Title
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    then why isn't 1 prime?

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  7. klimenkov Group Title
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    It is not prime by definition.

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    because it has only 1 dividers ;)

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  9. lgbasallote Group Title
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    you can actually make a code that can find the nth prime number...

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  10. sauravshakya Group Title
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    So, this question has no answer. Thanx guys.

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  11. Coolsector Group Title
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    i know that there are formulas that holds up to a given n but not a general one

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  12. klimenkov Group Title
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    \(2^{43112609}−1\) Is the biggest prime number that was found.

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  13. sara12345 Group Title
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    that code depends on stack values, a single formula for tn is not there

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    given n - i mean up to a specific n

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