I did this just for fun.

fig 1

fig 2

in (fig 1) 2^x*.5+1 intersects always and only with primes who's base2 conversion of the division table (fig 2) is converted to base10.

fig 1:

s is the base2 converted to base10 and n is countable integers.

fig 2:

to get the base 2 numbers from the division table I made all whole numbers 1 and numbers with a decimal 0.

I would like to know why this happens, if this has been discovered before and by who? Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.