Not asserting anything here. Just offering 4 consideration a potential inspiration or potential complete nonsensical time-waster. Can 1 use the 5-12-13 andbillkrys
Hello all: I have obtained an equation for primes: Is the following: n>1 is prime if and only if: n! Numerator[n!/n^2]/((n-1)!)^2=n on the other handn iss_m_ruiz
We got 2 more large prime 20-tuplets: 403065917762608576939692599261 + d, 400327605553593948618674105711 + d, d = 0, 2, 6, 8, 12, 20, 26, 30, 36, 38, 42, 48,jarek372000
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If you think you have a Goldbach proof, then please note that there are groups which deal specifically with such matters, perhaps try those first?
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