This isn't correct.6+30n,12+30n,18+30n and 24+30n will solve 3/4 as often

as 30n numbers.Generally 6n solves as often as 2+6n and 4+6n combined.

This is simply because all primes after 3 take the form 6n+1 or 6n+5.Now

6n-6n1-1=6n2-5 and vice versa.However a( 6n+2)-(6n1+5)will always produce

a factor of 3 and likewise 6n+4 will produce a factor of 3 when 7,13,19...

is subtracted.

Eric Anderson <

erickanderson@...> wrote:

Statistically you should find that 30n evens solve the most.Numbers not in this

form that end in zero( 10+30n or 20+30n )half as often.Other evens 3/8 times

as often on average.

Eric

Hisanobu Shinya <

hshinya2002@...> wrote:Hi, I tried as much as possible to prove Goldbach's Conjecture

statistically. As I am considering to submit it to a Journal, I

would be very happy if you give me your opinion on my approach.

Thanks.

HS

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