tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-28172905.post3849502872206198163..comments2018-12-12T06:58:43.056-05:00Comments on (x, why?): Sexy Primes(x, why?)http://www.blogger.com/profile/17499160002806879025noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-28172905.post-40417852497665658952015-03-02T17:17:18.240-05:002015-03-02T17:17:18.240-05:00"Septy Primes" would require two primes ..."Septy Primes" would require two primes numbers with a difference of seven. <br /><br />But for two numbers to have a difference of seven, one of them has to be even. The only even prime is 2, and 2+7=9, but 9 is not prime. <br /><br />Therefore, there are no "septy primes".<br /><br />For those stumbling onto this page, Bill in Boston is referring to a statement on this page about Septagons: http://mrburkemath.blogspot.com/2015/03/x-why-mini-septagon.html<br />(x, why?)https://www.blogger.com/profile/17499160002806879025noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-28172905.post-87159270840327540972015-03-02T08:04:36.148-05:002015-03-02T08:04:36.148-05:00No Septy primes? 7 is prime.No Septy primes? <b>7</b> is prime.Bill in Bostonhttp://m.twitter.com/n1vuxnoreply@blogger.com