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2017-03-15, 21:15   #1
MattcAnderson

"Matthew Anderson"
Dec 2010
Oregon, USA

967 Posts
Goldbach Conjecture

Hi Mersenneforum,

As far as I know, the Goldbach conjecture is still a conjecture. In other words, unproven. It is an observation.

Every even integer 2*n bigger than 6 is the sum of 2 odd prime numbers.

grinz

See attachment.
Also, see oeis.org/A002372

Regards,
Matt
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 Goldbach partition counter gpc.pdf (192.1 KB, 217 views)

 2017-03-16, 04:22 #2 MattcAnderson     "Matthew Anderson" Dec 2010 Oregon, USA 967 Posts Hi MersenneForum, Also, see - http://oeis.org/A002372 Regards, Matt
2017-03-16, 08:30   #3
MattcAnderson

"Matthew Anderson"
Dec 2010
Oregon, USA

967 Posts

Hi again Mersenneforum,

I rewrote the Maple code at home, a little cleaner than I did in the office.
For you viewing pleasure.

For what its worth.

Matt
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 Goldbach Partition Procedure __ gpp.pdf (302.2 KB, 232 views)

2017-03-17, 15:34   #4
MattcAnderson

"Matthew Anderson"
Dec 2010
Oregon, USA

967 Posts

Hi Mersenneforum ,,

We can now view a graph with this Goldbach procedure. It is a good exercise, says me.

Regards,
Matt
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 Goldbach partition counter gpc 2.pdf (254.3 KB, 255 views)

 2021-04-04, 19:21 #5 MattcAnderson     "Matthew Anderson" Dec 2010 Oregon, USA 967 Posts Goldbach Hi again all Some are acquainted with Goldbach Conjecture It simply states that every even number greater than two can be represented as the sum of two prime numbers. Since the advent of computers, someone else did a computer simulation of at least the first one million numbers. The graph of Goldbach's Comet can be seen on today's Wikipedia page Goldbach Regards Matt

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