Threads Tagged with goldbach Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Replies Views more and more likely to be true the bigger the even? Primes become more rare, so it seems to me this notion is counter... Nov2-13 10:07 AM Borek 5 438 General Math The question in the title really says it all... I was wondering, what relies on the Goldbach conjecture being true?... Aug4-13 02:13 AM SteamKing 5 463 General Math Hi, I found this proof on arxiv just yesterday, though it was published on March 18. I don't know if it is right, but... Apr17-13 09:58 PM eddybob123 2 637 General Math Video illustration Hello, Me and a friend, David Barrack, are non-mathematicians but we've been having fun... Dec25-12 12:34 PM micromass 2 1,813 Linear & Abstract Algebra I found the following relationship concerning goldbach's conjecture; viz that every even number is the sum of two... Nov4-12 01:54 AM Paul Mackenzie 7 4,427 Linear & Abstract Algebra http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/guwahati/Mathematician-solves-270-year-old-conjecture/articleshow/16635760.cms... Oct1-12 10:45 PM Greg Bernhardt 3 2,517 Linear & Abstract Algebra I have been investigating goldbach partitions for some time. One interesting observation I have been able to... Aug9-12 06:27 AM Paul Mackenzie 2 1,354 Linear & Abstract Algebra Attached is a graph of the number of goldbach partitions versus Hardy Littlewoods asymptote for even numbers of the... Aug1-12 10:44 PM Paul Mackenzie 0 1,113 Linear & Abstract Algebra Terence Tao has submitted a paper to arxiv: Every odd number greater than 1 is the sum of at most five primes Its... May26-12 02:57 PM Number Nine 1 1,674 Linear & Abstract Algebra is there a proof for the goldbach's conjecture???? that the every number can be written as the sum of three... May24-12 10:41 AM micromass 36 20,031 Linear & Abstract Algebra Hi All; The following attachment shows a diagram of the ratio R = g^2/g*g where g is the number of goldbach... Mar2-12 05:23 AM dodo 1 1,181 Linear & Abstract Algebra Hey guys, I saw these just showed up on arXiv, published by some unknown who claims to have invented his own number... Oct19-11 03:17 AM chiro 5 2,097 General Math I noted the following concerning the cumulative sum of Goldbach partitions C = sum is greater than pi*(pi -1)/2 ... Sep26-11 08:56 PM Paul Mackenzie 5 1,933 Linear & Abstract Algebra Hi guys, I just need to know if Goldbach's Conjecture has been demonstrated or not! Thx! :D Aug21-11 06:04 AM johnny_boy 38 10,724 Linear & Abstract Algebra Hi all, I've developed a new sieving method that I believe provides a tight lower bound for the counting of certain... Jul6-11 08:19 PM SteveL27 3 2,990 Linear & Abstract Algebra Out of the 664579 primes <10'000'000, just 10'545 selected prime numbers are needed to secure at least one Goldbach... Apr15-11 05:05 AM Marchal 0 1,277 Linear & Abstract Algebra I was once told that Goldbach's conjecture could perhaps fall into Gödel's first incompleteness theorem, and be true... Feb28-11 08:44 PM pgimeno 12 2,385 Set Theory, Logic, Probability, Statistics Intuitive reasoning has led me to develop a simple approximation, which contains factors different from those used in... Feb10-11 08:49 AM Marchal 12 2,677 Linear & Abstract Algebra Can Goldbach's conjecture be axiom independent? Like the GCH? I'm in a discussion with someone and they are saying... Nov21-10 03:14 PM JonF 0 1,130 General Math Proof of Goldbach,Polignac,Legendre,Sophie Germain conjecture.pdf Oct17-10 10:03 AM abcd1019 2 2,987 Linear & Abstract Algebra I created a simple animation here that shows how, as you introduce each factor, you sieve out addends. (I tested this... Sep28-10 06:48 PM toddkuen 0 1,472 Linear & Abstract Algebra My name is Todd and I have a posted a proof of Goldbach's Conjecture. I have been looking around for a while to... Sep2-10 02:32 PM toddkuen 6 1,628 Linear & Abstract Algebra What do you think about Golbach's Conjecture? Statistical analysis has shown that it is highly unlikely to be False,... Aug20-10 06:06 PM Fraqtive42 0 1,591 General Math I'm just an amateur and not goot at english ^^; Aug19-10 08:27 PM CRGreathouse 2 2,847 Linear & Abstract Algebra I wonder if the Goldbach Conjecture could be extended, so that the even number halfway between two primes that differ... Jul21-10 12:25 PM CRGreathouse 1 1,343 Linear & Abstract Algebra 4=2+2, 6=3+3. Are there any other cases where an even number of the form 2p, where p is a prime, cannot be... Feb22-10 06:20 PM CRGreathouse 3 1,702 Linear & Abstract Algebra Yes, the method uses a sieve, but the problem of endpoints has been overcome. Let S=(..., -5, -3, -1, 1, 3, 5,... Feb3-10 10:51 PM CRGreathouse 20 3,130 Linear & Abstract Algebra Hi. I might just have something here. Please let me know if you have any questions or comments. Thanks. Andy Lee.... Jan15-10 09:27 AM Andy Lee 48 8,284 Linear & Abstract Algebra 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The Goldbach Conjecture: Every even number greater... Dec18-09 09:25 AM MrMaps 0 1,474 Calculus & Beyond Homework I was under the impression that Goldbach's Conjecture is still an open question in mathematics. Then what is it... Mar6-07 07:59 PM Saketh 2 2,059 General Math 1*1 1*3 2*2 3*1 1*5 2*4 3*3 4*2 5*1 1*7 2*6 ... Aug26-06 04:37 AM matt grime 20 2,762 Linear & Abstract Algebra In an anlaogy with the Euler product of the Riemann function we make: \prod_{p}(1+e^{-sp})=f(s) of course we have... May2-06 09:39 AM eljose 1 2,175 Linear & Abstract Algebra this is a question i have i mean are RH and Goldbach conjecture related? i mean in the sense that proving RH would... Aug24-05 10:08 PM hello3719 2 4,557 Linear & Abstract Algebra im not trying to be a crank and give you a solution to it but im looking for the proof of Ivan Vinogradov "that every... Mar2-04 10:07 AM MathematicalPhysicist 7 4,215 Linear & Abstract Algebra GOLDBACH CONJECTURE Goldbach conjecture: ”Each even number greater than six, could be written as sum of... Feb4-04 06:33 PM bodgie 20 5,135 Linear & Abstract Algebra