- 2. There are infinitely many primes of form a2+1
Posted by: "?? ?" liu_f_s@... liu_f_s
Date: Tue Nov 28, 2006 11:04 pm ((PST))
An admissible polynomial with integral coefficients and positive
leading coefficients, if it represents 2 primes, then it will represent infinitely
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Is there a mistype in your conclusion.
The number of primes a composite polynomial may represent depends on the degree of that polynomial.
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