# Math’s in a minute: Euler's identity - Paraphrase

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I just need a paraphrase of my writing for the file attached.

Keep in mind to never change the meaning.

Also keep in mind that English is my second language.

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- Math’s in a minute: Euler's identity According to the article, primes are natural numbers that are only divisible by themselves and 1. They start from 2 to infinity. There is always another prime number ahead of any prime number you reach. Furthermore, Euclid one of the most famous Greek mathematician of the ancient Greeks. Although he used a different language we use in Math today, he had known infinitely many primes. The author gives an example that is , and he provides that the P cannot contain all the primes as we had assumed. This contradiction means that there must be infinitely many primes. Although P is itself a prime number, it cannot be prime on the list because it is bigger than all of them. In the other hand, this article confirms that any problem in mathematics has a lot of opinions and researches about it. And it gives me more responsibilities to work harder than I have before with the Math. And I have a greater appreciation of the role of mathematics in society and the nature of mathematical research. I believe that the mathematics has linked to the every single thing in this life from the galaxy to the smallest cell exists. Also, this article does not connect to the mathematics I have learned so far in this course, but it does with CSCI 120 course that I have last semester and I wish I could have known it during that course. ...
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Juniper
School: UT Austin

Hello buddy, kindly find your paper attached below. Let me know if you have any question. Thank you

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Math’s in a minute: Euler's identity
Based on the article, natural numbers that can be divided only by themselves
and also by 1 are known as prime, and they begin with 2 till infinity. Notably, the
prime numbers are...

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