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Composite numbers (Posted on 2003-03-05) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Find 2000 consecutive composite numbers.

(Of course you can't do this by trial and error alone)

For those who do not know what a composite number is, it is any integer greater than 1 that is not prime. (4, 6, 8, 9, ...)

See The Solution Submitted by Anoop    
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  Subject Author Date
re(2): Moore's Law at workbroll2016-11-17 21:23:12
re: Moore's Law at workCharlie2016-11-17 15:58:51
Some ThoughtsMoore's Law at workbroll2016-11-17 13:54:45
just because ...Justin2010-08-01 11:04:37
answerK Sengupta2007-11-29 05:06:59
a solutionJonathan2003-03-19 04:53:42
re(3): Smaller solution?Ravi Raja2003-03-09 17:33:25
re(3): Smaller solution?Ravi Raja2003-03-09 17:23:26
re(3): Smaller solution?Charlie2003-03-08 09:40:31
re(2): Smaller solution?Charlie2003-03-08 09:37:44
re(2): Smaller solution?Cory Taylor2003-03-08 07:09:53
Some Thoughtsre: Smaller solution?Ravi Raja2003-03-07 20:51:23
re: Smallest solutionCharlie2003-03-07 07:12:27
Solutionre: Smallest solution - the rest of itfwaff2003-03-07 05:28:22
SolutionSmallest solutionfwaff2003-03-07 05:22:36
re: Smaller solution?Charlie2003-03-07 04:39:28
re: not sureCory Taylor2003-03-07 04:34:06
not sureCory Taylor2003-03-07 04:33:11
SolutionSmaller solution?fwaff2003-03-06 22:10:14
SolutionMy Solution !!!!Ravi Raja2003-03-06 19:49:46
SolutionsolutionCharlie2003-03-06 13:09:15
Yikes!Bryan2003-03-06 12:55:24
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