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Old 2017-03-15, 21:15   #1
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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

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Hi MersenneForum,

Also, see -
http://oeis.org/A002372

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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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Hi Mersenneforum ,,

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

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