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Any Composite Number is Measured by Some Prime Number.
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Author(s): Pratik Shukla
In this series of articles, we are going to understand the proof of some famous theorems and propositions by the Greek mathematician Euclid. Here we are going to understand the proofs provided by Euclid himself in his time. There are other methods available to prove a theorem, but we think that it’s always best to start from scratch. The propositions are mentioned in his book named “Euclid’s Elements”.
Before getting into the proof of the proposition, let’s first understand some basic terms associated… Read the full blog for free on Medium.
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