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  • Sebastian Martin
    Hello all: Prove the following conjecture: Let p and q consecutive prime numbers p q and Phi(p^2-pq+q^2)=((p+q)^2)/6 then p and q are twin primes i.e. q=p-2.
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 7, 2008
      Hello all:
      Prove the following conjecture:

      Let p and q consecutive prime numbers p>q
      and Phi(p^2-pq+q^2)=((p+q)^2)/6

      then p and q are twin primes i.e. q=p-2.

      (Phi is the Euler totient function)

      Sincerely

      Sebastián Martín Ruiz





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