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News Archive: April 2000

 Puzzle 92 a solution from Enoch Haga Enoch Haga has gotten the first true solution for the 5 levels pile of prime-spheres. See Puzzle 92 Posted on Sunday, April 30, 2000

 Chris Nash & the Puzzle 91 Chris Nash has gotten a new & larger prime for the Puzzle 91. He also argues that no other reversible prime of this type should exist. Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2000

 John Harverster new conjecture John Harvester proposes a new and beauty conjecture after the Jud new and large data calculated for the min(x-y) of the Conjecture 18 Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2000

 Jeff Heleen contributions to Puzzle 89 See the Jeff Heleen contributions to Puzzle 89 Posted on Sunday, April 23, 2000

 Jud McCranie results and the Conjecture 18 Jud McCranie has calculated the minimal partitions of the primorial function p(n) for n=19 to 25 showing that the Harvester's conjecture fails for n=19, 20, 21, 23, 24 & 25. See Conjecture 18 Posted on Sunday, April 16, 2000

 John E. Everett contributions John E. Everett, from Waynesboro VA, has sent remarkable contributions to the following puzzles related to prime magic squares: See Puzzle 80. See Puzzle 81 & See Puzzle 87. You should take a look of his splendid work. Posted on Friday, April 14, 2000

 Puzzle 46 Jean-Charles Meyrignac has obtained larger and "prime" solutions to Puzzle 46. The puzzle is almost solved and the conjecture of Leo Mosser better supported now. See also the short bio of Meyrignac in The Puzzlers Page Posted on Saturday, April 8, 2000

 A small variation of Puzzle 89 Please take a look of a small variation added to the puzzle 89. See Puzzle 89 Posted on Sunday, April 2, 2000

 Puzzle 46, new contributions Carlos Rivera has gotten new and larger solutions for this Puzzle. See Puzzle 46 Posted on Sunday, April 2, 2000

 Puzzle 89, Jud's results Jud McCranie has produced 31 palindromic sums, unfortunately none of them primes. But his ending point can be your starting point to get the first prime & palindromic sum.See Puzzle 89 Posted on Sunday, April 2, 2000

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