
Re: new Conjecture Primes the sum or subtraction of two perfect squares
Posted:
Sep 4, 2014 4:31 PM


Alright, let me begin making lists:
1+4 =5 and we have 41=3
4+9=13 and we have 94=5
25+4=29 and we have 169=7
25+16=41 and we have 3625=11
49+4=53 and we have 4936=13
So it looks like we get about as many additions to make primes as subtraction.
Now I wonder if the Pythagorean theorem has some role in this conjecture because as we notice the square roots of perfect squares:
5+2=7 from sqrt25+sqrt4
A proof of the Conjecture appears to be independent of the proof of Goldbach.
AP

