that'll constantly simplify itself yet never be simplified by zero (not reaching zero)?
what's the name of this graph?
is this a graph representation of the prime number 101 (a prime number that cannot be divided of itself or other primes)?

that'll constantly simplify itself yet never be simplified by zero (not reaching zero)?
what's the name of this graph?
is this a graph representation of the prime number 101 (a prime number that cannot be divided of itself or other primes)?
isn't that the asymptope? where the line never reaches zero?
i have no idea... :? i thought it was called linear maximum or something...Originally Posted by medicine12
It is a hyperbola.Originally Posted by FuturePasTimeCE
There's nothing special about 101 as a prime. No prime can be divided by any other prime. Any number can be divided by itself (except 0).
What's your point :D ?Originally Posted by MagiMaster
Point ^Originally Posted by FuturePasTimeCE
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