|May24-12, 06:40 AM||#35|
goldbach conjecture proof
Forget proof, you don't even posit any argument at all that an 'a' with right properties exists. Listing that it does for N cases is irrelevant, unless you list all infinity cases. Certainly, there is no induction in your (total non) argument.
|May24-12, 08:09 AM||#36|
(a+n) = 2n+(a-n)=2n-(n-a)
So, essentially, you are telling us that you do not know what a "proof" is.
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