That's according to the Clay Mathematics Institute — an organisation promoting mathematics and also the organisation willing to pay $1m dollars for the solution of each of the seven Millennium Prize Problems:

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That's according to the Clay Mathematics Institute — an organisation promoting mathematics and also the organisation willing to pay $1m dollars for the solution of each of the seven Millennium Prize Problems:

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nvkNovember 29 2006, 16:11:06 UTC 10 years ago

Either answer is acceptable.

avf_ukNovember 29 2006, 19:00:38 UTC 10 years ago

nvkNovember 29 2006, 19:33:39 UTC 10 years ago

Series puzzles are often frustrating due to their arbitrariness. Maybe it's actually the ordered sequence of primes and odd natural cubes. Indeed, that is what it is, whether that was the intention or not.

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nvkNovember 29 2006, 19:37:29 UTC 10 years ago

guybrush_lustriFebruary 21 2007, 04:03:46 UTC 10 years ago

y = (x-2)(x-3)(x-5)(x-7)(x-11)(x-13)(x-17)(x-2

A pretty stupid polynomial, of course.

guybrush_lustriFebruary 21 2007, 04:04:13 UTC 10 years ago