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• As long as us amatuers are conjecturing here s mine.There are at least (2-1)(3-1)...(pn-1)*PN^2/#pn (truncated) primes between PN and PN^2 for PN suffienty
Message 1 of 4 , Oct 19, 2001
As long as us amatuers are conjecturing here's
mine.There are at least (2-1)(3-1)...(pn-1)*PN^2/#pn
(truncated) primes between PN and PN^2 for PN
suffienty
large where PN is the next larger prime after pn.If we
subtract 1 from the expression then PN might become
suffiently large as low as 19.
An example( 48*121)/210 gives 27.657 so there are
approximately 26 primes between 11 and 121.

# means primorial Eric

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• Sometime ago I had conjectured that the prime factors of a Carmichael number cannot ALL be Mersenne.. . In my next post I hope to furnish the proof
Message 2 of 4 , May 29, 2009
Sometime ago I had conjectured that the prime factors of a Carmichael
number cannot ALL be Mersenne.. . In my next post I hope to furnish
the proof based on the attached.
A.K. Devaraj

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• ... No progress has been reported since the posting by Max Alekseyev http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?p=55271#post55271 ... David
Message 3 of 4 , Jun 1 1:50 AM

> In my next post I hope to furnish the proof

but then merely made the obvious remark:

> highly improbable

No progress has been reported since the posting by Max Alekseyev
> 01 Jun 05, 11:39 PM

David
• True; recall that I used the phrase Hope to prove ; Also the improbabality indicated by me is so great that I can safely challenge anyone to produce a
Message 4 of 4 , Jun 1 2:48 AM
True; recall that I used the phrase " Hope to prove"; Also the
improbabality indicated by me is so great that I can safely challenge
anyone to produce a counter example. Also note the improbabality reasoned
has nothing to do with rarity of Mersenn primes.
Devaraj

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> No progress has been reported since the posting by Max Alekseyev