## The sum of prime numbers

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• I ve define a set of prime numbers. hypothesis and the Goldbach s conjecture of Riemann that I think would work. a certain number of N, so that, the sum of
Message 1 of 1 , Dec 2, 2009
I've define a set of prime numbers. hypothesis and the Goldbach's
conjecture of Riemann that I think would work.
a certain number of N, so that, the sum of prime
Ptotal = sum (m, n = 1, N) [<m*n>] - sum (m, n = 2, N) [<m*n>] - 1
equations can be found with. <m*n> 'means the average of each element
multiplied with each other, for example, 2 * 3 = 3 * 2 = 1 * 6 = 6 * 1
to 4 different product there. <m*n> = 6 = (2 * 3 = 3 * 2 = 1 * 6 = 6 *
1) / 4 is the result.
If instead Ptotal = sum (m, n = 1, N) [m * n] - sum (m, n = 2, N) [m *
n] - 1 Using the equation, 4 to 2 * N to a value of up to,
gives an even number.

So even number greater than 2 s and has a close relationship between
prime numbers.

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