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  • jcmtnez90
    ... or ... requierement) ... think ... you ... *Sorry I forget to put the sum or differences between them as Phil Carmody said, forgive me for my mistake.
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 9, 2006
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      --- In primenumbers@yahoogroups.com, "jcmtnez90" <jcmtnez90@...>
      wrote:
      >
      > Looking at prime number you can see this relationship:
      >
      > Conjeture:
      >
      > "Any prime number can be written as the product of two primes plus
      or
      > minus the *sum or difference between them."
      >
      > This means that at one(at least one) or more of these four
      > relationships must be hold for every prime number:
      >
      > (Pb*Pa)+(Pb+Pa)
      > (Pb*Pa)+(Pb-Pa)
      > (Pb*Pa)-(Pb+Pa)
      > (Pb*Pa)-(Pb-Pa)
      >
      > Pb>Pa And both primes,(To Be consecutive primes is not a
      requierement)
      >
      > This relationship explain some patterns about prime numbers. I
      think
      > yhat it is important. Tell me what do you think about it. Thank
      you
      > for your collaboration.
      >
      > Jose.C Martinez
      >

      *Sorry I forget to put " the sum or differences between them"
      as Phil Carmody said, forgive me for my mistake. Also, maybe I
      didn't explain the conjeture with the apropiate words, forgive me
      for that too, but English is my second lenguage. I will try to edit
      it in mathtype. Thanks for the comments.
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