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The Zeta Incompatibility Conjecture By Evan McCarthy
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This is a mathematics proof developed by Evan McCarthy out of a physics problem involving superstring and point particle mechanics. A solution to the proof has real world implication in finding a... More > solution as to the mass density of the universe, the number of particles in the non-observable universe, and a more detailed description of the behavior of superstrings.< Less
THE GOLDBACH CONJECTURE AND THE UNIVERSE OF PRIMES By Charles William Johnson
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The author examines the Goldbach Conjecture, a 262 year-old conjecture. It is impossible to prove the Goldbach Conjecture in the manner in which the theorists of mathematics have been demanding.... More > Instead of a resolution based on algebra, an explanation of the Goldbach Conjecture based on the numbers is required. In fact, this may be a simpler task than imagined until now.< Less
A Solution to Pollock's Conjecture By cgnastrand
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I think I solved Pollock's Conjecture and so am leaving the solution here.
Goldbach's Conjecture is True. By WARDELL LINDSAY
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A deceptively simple theorem, known as the Goldbach conjecture, states that every even number is the sum of two primes. Rather simple. isn't it? Yet, in spite of the great effort expended on thie... More > theorem since its introduction in 1742, no one has been able to prove the statement conclusively. Wiliam C. Vergara in MATHEMATICS IN EVERYDAY THINGS,1959. The Conjecture is True. Goldbach's Primes are the roots of the Quadratic Hyperbolic Equation.< Less
Goldbach's Conjecture is True. By WARDELL LINDSAY
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A deceptively simple theorem, known as the Goldbach conjecture, states that every even number is the sum of two primes. Rather simple. isn't it? Yet, in spite of the great effort expended on thie... More > theorem since its introduction in 1742, no one has been able to prove the statement conclusively. Wiliam C. Vergara in MATHEMATICS IN EVERYDAY THINGS,1959. The Conjecture is True. Goldbach's Primes are the roots of the Quadratic Hyperbolic Equation.< Less
Goldbach's Conjecture is true By WARDELL LINDSAY
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"A deceptively simple theorem, known as the Goldbach conjecture, states that every even number is the sum of two primes. Rather simple. isn't it? Yet, in spite of the great effort expended on... More > thie theorem since its introduction in 1742, no one has been able to prove the statement conclusively." Wiliam C. Vergara in MATHEMATICS IN EVERYDAY THINGS,1959. The Conjecture is True. Goldbach's Primes are the real prime conjugate roots of the Quadratic Equation.< Less
How to Prove The Goldbach Conjecture By Danny Fleming
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The first proof of the Goldbach Conjecure. It includes a proof that the twin primes are infinite.
A Conjectural "Completion" of Bach's Contrapunctus 14 By Lenny Cavallaro
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A musical score, preceded by a preface. The composer-author has attempted a conjectural "completion" of Bach's unfinished masterpiece, THE ART OF FUGUE, based on the model proposed by... More > Indra Hughes, D.M.A.< Less
Mathematical induction method in Goldbach's strong conjecture By Mercedes Orús Lacort
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Goldbach's strong conjecture is one of the oldest and best-known unsolved problems in number theory and all of mathematics. It states: ``Every even integer greater than 2 can be expressed as the sum... More > of two primes”. The conjecture has been shown to hold for all integers less than 4 × 10^18, but remains unproven despite considerable effort. As we know there are two conjectures, the weak and the strong conjecture. Many mathematicians have obtained important results about both conjectures. In this book we analyze if it could be appropriate to use Mathematical induction method to study Goldbach's strong conjecture. We use two properties that are satisfied for prime numbers, and based on these two properties, we show a way that, may be, it can be used to analyze and approach this conjecture by the Mathematical induction method.< Less
How To Solve The Beal and other Mathematical Conjectures By Willie Johnson Jr.
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Win over a MILLION DOLLARS!! There are several unsolved math problems such as the Beal conjecture and the Riemann hypothesis where if proven you can win a million dollars for each!! Well I’ve... More > solved them and I’m offering the solutions to you. I’ve proven some of the most famous of the conjectures : Beal, Fermat, Fermat- Catalan, Goldbach, Collatz, and Riemann. Most are concise margin proofs. Once you solve one conjecture its solution leads to solving another. In margin form they may not be acceptable to "respected" mathematical journals as those required by the Beal Prize Committee, but for those who are familiar with the ins and outs of academic journals then these margin proofs are an ideal starting point. In this book I also unify the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus with the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic by regarding primes as being infinitesimals. This book is a must have for anyone with any type of interest in mathematics. From the novice high schooler to the professional engineer.< Less

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