# TWIN PRIMES + 369 Code

## TWIN PRIMES + 369 Code

An opportunity to be acknowledged in a discovery with Jain.

CALLING ALL CODE-GEEKS / COMPUTER-PROGRAMMERS TO SOLVE THE DIGITAL COMPRESSION OF THE TWIN PRIMES THAT OBEY A POSSIBLE INFINITELY REPEATING SEQUENCE INVOLVING ONLY 3, 6 AND OR 9.

Observe all the Twin Primes. Mathematically, we know that the sum of any 2 pure Twin Primes, like 5 and 7 have their central number, that resides between them, to be divisible by 6.eg: Twin Primes 29 and 31 have the number 30 between them to be divisible by 6.I have also observed, and not seen anywhere in print, that the sum of any Twin Prime, like 71 and 73, which equals 144, is always divisible by 12.

CHART OF THE MATHEMATICALLY PURE TWIN PRIMESDIGITALLY COMPRESSED (CONTINUED SUBTRACTION OF 9 or THE SUM OF THE DIGITS)

5+7 = 12 = 3, 11+13 = 24 = 6, 17+19 = 36 = 9, 29+31 = 60 = 6, 41+43 = 84 = 3, 47+49 = 96 = 6, 59+61 = 120 = 3 etc

So far there is no observable pattern in the distribution of the digitally compressed digits of 3, 6 and or 9:3 – 6 – 9 – 6 – 3 – 6 – 3 – 9 – 6 – 9 – 6 – 3 – 9 – 6 – 9 – 6 – 3 – 9 – 6 – etc

With the aid of computers, we can fast-track the possibility of looking for a sequence involving 3s, 6s and 9s that may repeat at a larger periodicity.

I therefore offer this research to any serious computer programmer who would like to plug these digitally compressed Twin Primes into their machine and take it to infinity.With any success, I am therefore happy to share the upcoming mathematical prize for this discovery. If recursion exists, what is its Periodicity? What is the sum or sigma of all those numbers?

CHART OF THE MATHEMATICALLY PURE TWIN PRIMES mod 10. (Observing only the Last Digit: DIGITALLY COMPRESSED or CONTINUED SUBTRACTION OF 10)

11+13 = 24 = 4, 17+19 = 36 = 6, 29+31 = 60 = 0, 41+43 = 84 = 4, 47+49 = 96 = 6, 59+61 = 120 = 0, 71+73 = 144 = 4, 101+103 = 204 = 4, 107+109 = 216 = 6 etc.

So far there is no observable pattern in the final or Last Digits that involve only 4, 6 or Zero:2 – 4 – 6 – 0 – 4 – 6 – 0 – 4 – 4 – 6 – 6 – 0 – 0 – 4 – 6 – 6 – 0 – 0 – 4 – etcWe can predict with some certainty, that the sum of any pure Twin Prime’s last or final digit can only be 4, 6 or Zero.

Does this help in our ultimate investigation of being able to predict the next largest Twin Prime in the Universe?We can also conclude from this simple knowledge above, that the next largest Twin Prime must pass 2 tests:1- the sum of its digits must add to either a 3 or 6 or 9 and 2 – its final or last digit must be either a 4 or 6 or Zero.

Jain 108

25-3-2020, Mullumbimby Creek, NSW, Australia