Finding Pythagorean Primes

Here, I discuss the efficacy of prime number theory and empirical data. I find the law of prime numbers cannot be expressed as a limit asymptotic to 1. While theory has yielded the closeness between prime numbers and theoretical approximations, the law of prime numbers is best expressed using empirical approximations. More

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About the Series: Mathematics
Classical analysis and number theory covering Fermat's Last Theorem (FLT), Beal's conjecture, Wile's proof of FLT, prime numbers, Goldbach's conjecture, Navier-Stokes equations,infinite series, Riemann's hypothesis, Pythagorean theorm, abc conjecture, irrational numbers, and more

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