I've just started to study Theory of Numbers and I wonder if there are
further evidences to the conjecture that there are infinitely manu
I've draw a frequency graph counting such pairs each 10^9 intervals and it
seams to be a very smooth curve.
As the curve resembles the prime frequency curve itself, I�ve also plot the
ratio between them. It�s also interesting.
I�ve also ploted two other conjectures about prime triplets of form (p,
p+2, p+6) and (p, p+4, p+6).
I'm including a PDF with the graphics.
Thanks in advance,
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