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## Product Polynomials

After developing a method based on a trigonometric periodic function, to work with prime numbers, I sought to find alternative functions for reasons such as efficiency. One of the most interesting versions found takes the form of a Product Polynomial. This Product Polynomial can be used to show that all primes can be generated by a related family of polynomials, and that the nth prime can always be calculated with a finite polynomial.
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