## 165 Reputation

8 years, 201 days

## old recollection of semi-primes...

Maple

Hello World (again);

For your edification, look at  a file.

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fine_semiprime_2.mw

For what it's worth

Regards,

Matt

## finding binomial factors...

Maple 17

Hi MaplePrimes,

I'm trying to explore the polynomial r = n^2+n+39.  where n is an integer

I want restrictions on n such that r will factor into two trinomials.

Here is how far I got -

prime_poly_39_explore.mw

The 'has' function may be helpful.

Any help is appreciated.

Regards,

Matt

## vertical lines ...

Maple 13

Hi Maple experts and others,

We want to make a graph with 6 vertical lines.  One end of every vertical line will be on the x axis.  The other end of the vertical lines will be on integers of data points.

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Regards,

Matt

## A Number Theory Conjecture about Smoothn...

Hi Maple Experts and all,

There is a conjecture from a book written in 1986.

This conjecture states that

"Given any four consecutive integers greater than 11, there is at least one of them that is divisible by a prime greater than 11."

Is anyone willing to write Maple code to test this up to a reasonable numerical limit?

I imagine the ifactor() command and loops.  I'm not that good at coding.

Regards,

Matt

## Simple concave graph...

Maple

Hi all,

For what its worth,
I want to make a graph of data.
Attached is file to show how far I got.

multiplication_table_list_to_graph.mw

multiplication_table_list_to_graph.pdf

Regards,
Matthew

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