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I thought I'd found a way round congruency conditions by giving each p_n the freedom to]]>Nov 15, 2012 2:52:12 PMNov 15, 2012 2:52:12 PMmanontheclaphamomnibus0Re: Request for help with short argument
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> Thanks for looking at it, trj. > > I need to think about your point - initially not sure > I get your]]>Nov 15, 2012 8:04:03 AMNov 15, 2012 8:04:03 AMtrj1Re: Request for help with short argument
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I need to think about your point - initially not sure I get your point properly, so I might be confused.]]>Nov 14, 2012 8:29:34 PMNov 14, 2012 8:29:34 PMmanontheclaphamomnibus2Re: Request for help with short argument
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> argument > > > To search for numbers n such that n-1 and n+1 are > both prime, an initially]]>Nov 14, 2012 6:56:30 PMNov 14, 2012 6:56:30 PMtrj3Re: Request for help with short argument
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expression (2) should read

(2) number of valid n in that range = integer value of 1/2 (1/3 . 3/5 .... ((p_n-1) - 2)/(p_n-1) .]]>Nov 14, 2012 9:22:44 AMNov 14, 2012 9:22:44 AMmanontheclaphamomnibus0Re: Request for help with short argument
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To search for numbers n such that n-1 and n+1 are both prime, an initially appealing naive approach suggests n is chosen so that]]>Nov 14, 2012 9:18:40 AMNov 14, 2012 9:18:40 AMmanontheclaphamomnibus5Re: Request for help with short argument
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> Can anyone help if I post a short argument with flaws > in it?

Yes, usually. ]]>Nov 13, 2012 10:14:40 PMNov 13, 2012 10:14:40 PMtrj7Request for help with short argument
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