1. THERE EXISTS(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); AT LEAST TWO PRIMESNUMBERS BETWEEN N^2 AND (N+1)^2, WHERE N IS A NATURAL NUMBER.

2. THERE EXISTS ATLEAST ONE TWIN-PRIME PAIRBETWEEN N^2 AND (N+2)^2, WHERE N IS AN ODD NATURAL NUMBER.

(THEREFORE THE TWIN PRIME CONJECTURE IS TRUE)

anyone will a powerful system can verify them.

Below is a link to the first of three papers aimed at possibly settling some prime number conjectures.

In this article, we present a simple approach to tackling most prime number conjectures.

The main statement is presented as a conjecture.

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# Decoding some prime number conjectures

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