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As the first prime number, 2 will produce its exterminating composites, all the even numbers, leaving only the odd numbers as potential primes, 1/2 of the original prime population.
The red (binary) even numbers "4", "6", "8", "10", "12", "14" are all exterminating composites of the original prime 2, part of "2n". The odd numbers 3, 5, 7 are certified successive primes, whose sequence is terminated by the square "9" of blue prime 3. Other following odd numbers, 11 and 13 are also prime, but "15" is another blue exterminating composite of prime "3" (3x5) which obviously comes after the square. To Primes 3 and 5 |

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