Number Zero Property in Factoring a Number Into Prime Factors (Addition of Zeros)
2 Pages Posted: 2 Aug 2019
Date Written: July 29, 2019
This property of prime numbers is based on the addition of a number of zeros between a prime number ( P ) and the same prime number ( P ) to form a compound number usually always, except in rare cases, from three prime factors where two factors are always the prime number 11, the first number ( P ) and a third prime number which is always 9090..9091 (ends with the number 91 but the initial number 90 repeats but depends on the size of prime number ( P ). The amount of Zeros to be added is equal to the number of digits of the prime number ( P ) . If I take the prime number 43 for the assumption which has two digits have to add three zeros and the number becomes 4300043.
Keywords: Prime number, Zero property, Factoring
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