8 Mar 2013
Prize Maths Quiz: Prime Generator (PMQ9)
Now, because the question has a number of mathematical symbols, I have created one large image rather than inserting lots of tiny images into the text, that never align properly anyway. If the text appears unclear in your browser then just click on any part of it and you can view a larger, clearer version. If the question itself is unclear, then that's an altogether different problem!
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How to Enter
Send your complete solution by email to [competition closed - email removed - discuss the question in the comments below]. This email address shall be removed after the competition closes to avoid spam. This PMQ9 competition closes on MONDAY 11 March at 23:59 GMT - one extra weekday from now on.
The prizes for this PMQ9 are 3 free places in our Online Maths Club for 2 months. The very first correct solution will receive a prize plus two others randomly selected from all the other correct answers. The email time stamp shall determine the order of entries received.
Look at the expanded rules on our PMQ page.
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