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Topic: Goldbach Conjecture
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Rupert

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Re: Goldbach Conjecture
Posted: Oct 8, 2012 8:47 AM
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On Oct 7, 6:07 pm, Kerry <kerrymerry2...@gmail.com> wrote:
> My paper, "Proof of the Goldbach Conjecture," is published by Pure and
> Applied Mathematika Sciences of India. It may be viewed atwww.goldbach.yolasite.com.  Gotcha.


You write "Thus, for each n, x is either (n^2-m^2+1) or 1 (among other
values for n +/- m = 2) for some corresponding value of m."

Can you show me how this works when n=1000?



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