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Topic: A proof for Goldbach's conjecture
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Peter Percival

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Re: A proof for Goldbach's conjecture
Posted: Jul 26, 2001 7:08 PM
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> "Hamid V. Ansari" wrote:
>
> If you want the text of this article witten in LaTeX send me an email.
>
> http://www.netnormal.com/users/elmiran/0.doc
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>
> A proof for Goldbach's conjecture
>
> The purpose of this article is proving that each even number is sum of
> two prime numbers. For this, we first should prove that for an
> infinitely
> large even number there exist infinite pairs of prime numbers that the


But first, what's an infinitely large even number? And first before
that, note that 2 is not the sum of two prime numbers.







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