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    Question Mathematical symbol for the set of prime numbers?

    Is there a mathematical symbol to represent the set of all prime numbers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3k1yp2 View Post
    Is there a mathematical symbol to represent the set of all prime numbers?
    capital letter P, with two legs, like the R for real numbers.

    according to this list at: Scientific Symbols, Icons, Mathematical Symbols - Numericana
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    Quote Originally Posted by apcalculus View Post
    capital letter P, with two legs, like the R for real numbers.

    according to this list at: Scientific Symbols, Icons, Mathematical Symbols - Numericana
    u are the most awesomesterest person EV-ER! ☆thx☆
    i thought there wasn't one since not even any of the AP or IB math and physics teachers knew.
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