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The Latin Prime-Ordial Hypercube

(by Aale de Winkel)

The Latin Prime-Ordial Hypercube takes the Latin Component Hypercube a bit further, in that by definition all the numbers in it are prime numbers (including digits '0' and '1'). There is currently no expertise with them other than the fact that currently studied component square are in fact prime-ordial squares, however not looked upon them in that manner.

The Latin Prime-ordial Hypercube | ||
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The latin component hypercubes are defined as hypercubes with only prime number digits (although not considered prime numbers digits '0' and '1' are allowed) (currently only defined!!) |
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trivial | all elements are 1 |