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Re: Conjecture Prime
Posted:
Jun 25, 2009 12:36 AM


On Jun 24, 9:20 pm, Bacle <ba...@yahoo.com> wrote: > > MeAmI.org (MMM): > > > W. Dale Hall wrote: > > > MeAmI.org wrote: > > > > I conjecture any even number multiplied by the > > next even number and > > > > then taking the result minus one produces a prime > > number in all cases > > > > and is a constant. > > > > >  > > > > mm > > > > Did you try any values, or did you rely on your > > proof of P = NP > > > to get the answer? > > Yes and no. > > > Note that 10 x 12 = 120, 119 = 7 x 17 > > > Revised: > > > The equation and opeation must be written as follows: > > > (N*N)((N*N)+2)1 > > > In instance of a composite number it will have two > > prime factors. > > False. There is a counterexample.
On Jun 24, 9:20 pm, Bacle <ba...@yahoo.com> wrote: > > MeAmI.org (MMM): > > > W. Dale Hall wrote: > > > MeAmI.org wrote: > > > > I conjecture any even number multiplied by the > > next even number and > > > > then taking the result minus one produces a prime > > number in all cases > > > > and is a constant. > > > > >  > > > > mm > > > > Did you try any values, or did you rely on your > > proof of P = NP > > > to get the answer? > > Yes and no. > > > Note that 10 x 12 = 120, 119 = 7 x 17 > > > Revised: > > > The equation and opeation must be written as follows: > > > (N*N)((N*N)+2)1 > > > In instance of a composite number it will have two > > prime factors. > > False. There is a counterexample.
> Revised:
> The equation and opeation must be written as follows:
> (N*N)((N*N)+2)1
In instance of a composite number it will have two prime factors.
you mean for N even? or any N?
REVISION 2
Even 'n' only.
The equation and opeation must be written as follows:
(N*N)((N*N)+2)1
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In instance of a composite number it will have at least two prime factors.



