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, Sebastian Martin Ruiz <s_m_ruiz@...> wrote:
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> De: dgdegiorgi <degiorgi@...>
> Para: Sebastian Martin Ruiz <s_m_ruiz@...>
> Enviado: mié,2 febrero, 2011 19:13
> Asunto: Re: Conjecture for triplets of primes
> The Ruiz conjecture is independent with the Goldbach conjecture, as it does also
> involve the position of the primes and not only their value.
> Tn,1 contains three consecutive primes, Tn,2 contains first third and fifth of
> five consecutive primes, and so on.
> Unfortunately the conjecture seems to be false and some candidates for
> counterexamples are 227, 2099, 5641.
Other counterexamples are 7,19, 23,43,47, ..... unless I somehow misunderstood your conjecture. But with such easy counterexamples I don't understand how you could make it a conjecture in the first place?