RE: [PrimeNumbers] Goldbach
- But can you guarantee that every even e is represented???
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> From: Rob Binnekamp [mailto:rob.binnekamp@...]
> Sent: 03 January 2001 13:58
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [PrimeNumbers] Goldbach
> Let o be an odd number,e an even number and p a prime number
> with 2<p<o.
> Let o1=p1+e1 ( o1 arbitrary,p1 choosen<o1)
> Let o2=p2+e2 ( o2 arbitrary,p2 choosen<o2)
> Then o1+o2=p1+p2+e1+e2
> and set o1+o2=e3
> Then set e3-e2-e1=e4 ==> e4=p1+p2
> generally e=p1+p2 ,Goldbach's conjecture.
> Let o3=p3+e5 (o3 arbitrary,p3choosen<o3)
> with e5=p4+p5 (Goldbach's conjecture)
> follows o3=p3+p4+p5
> generally o=p1+p2+p3 ,odd Goldbach conjecture.
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- From: Milton Brown
Date: 12/21/05 16:35:16
To: Werner D. Sand; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: RE: [PrimeNumbers] Goldbach
These messages about Goldbach's Conjecture are not
supposed to be to this mailing list (also the Riemann Hypothesis).
There are separate mailing lists for these.
Milton! You surprise me.
Goldbach's conjecture IS about prime numbers. It's doesn't matter that
there exist mailing lists specifically about Goldbach's conjecture.
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