- On 3/2/07, gulland68 <tmgulland@...> wrote:
> Can anyone tell me the highest value of n for which it is known that

That's easy: 2 times the largest known prime. Check out mersenne.org

> Goldbach holds?

among other sites if you want to know about that.

Hm, no, I take it back. Maybe there are nonconstructive proofs out

there ... but I don't know of one.

--Joshua Zucker - gulland68 wrote:
> Can anyone tell me the highest value of n for which it is known that

If you mean the largest n for which Goldbach is known to hold for all

> Goldbach holds?

smaller values, then http://www.ieeta.pt/~tos/goldbach.html says it's

currently n = 524*10^15 (assuming all alleged Goldbach proofs are

false).

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Jens Kruse Andersen