# The resolution of the problem of the Prime Sequence

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The Resolution of the Problem of the Prime Sequence.[research] [THIS CONTRIBUTION HAS BEEN REPLACED BY THE CONTRIBUTION ENTITLED: " The Prime Sequence Problem " IN WHICH THE QUESTION IMPLIED BY THE ABOVE TITLES IS TREATED as an exercise in the linear algebra of a four dimensional Euclidean space and a finite discrete version of the Legendre transformation. The principle is that all the information about the prime sequence can be transferred from a 4D space to a 2D space wherein regularity in finite discrete functions might be found.

The reader who is interested in the prime sequence is respectfully redirected to the above contribution: " The Prime Sequence Problem ".

There is of course much other literature on this, as yet unsolved mystery of the erratic prime sequence, but nowhere else as far as can be seen are primes treated as co-ordinates in a hyperspace of even dimension: [2, 4, 6, 8, ... ].SHAWWPG19410425 (talk) 23:03, 1 December 2012 (UTC)