To find the formula for twin primes, you may not use the multiply or divide, as that would set you with a number that is not prime.
The formula should be done by taking the multiplications, and finding the non prime numbers, then the rest equals prime numbers.
The formula to find twin prime numbers should be put down to where multiplying the numbers skips a few.
This is very basic, but i am hoping to build on it.
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To find the double mersene primes, you need to find the prime numbers that follow in sequence relating to mersene prime numbers.
To find prime numbers, we need to first of all make sure they are odd or two. Seeing as how every odd number that does not go into another odd number equals a prime number, i suggest that prime numbers that subscribe to the mersene conjecture, and i have also noticed that M always equals something else.
If m always equals something else, then