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No same factor theory inference by hey.like

  1. Jul 3, 2004 #1

    As natural number N,
    from N/3 to N, if N is not devide exactly by 3, there are at least one different prime number factor between every both odd number;
    from N/5 to N, if N is not devide exactly by 5,except for factor 3, there are at least one different prime number factor between every both odd number;
    from N/7 to N, if N is not devide exactly by 7, except for factor 3,5, there are at least one different prime number factor between every both odd number;
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  3. Jul 3, 2004 #2
    This rusult follow as the Goldbach's conjecture prove by hey.like

    To follow Goldbach's conjecture. this result is good with no same factor theory.

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  4. Jul 5, 2004 #3

    matt grime

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    That makes abslotuely no sense what so ever, but I suspect you know that.
     
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