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Diophantine equations can be devilishly hard to solve analytically.

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$$\text{ There is always a prime between }n^2 \text{ and }(n+1)^2$$

I mean, could it look more innocent?

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That’s a nice conjecture that I’ve not heard of before either.

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http://garden.irmacs.sfu.ca/

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