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 2020-02-08, 06:36 #1 maththinking   Feb 2020 2 Posts Proposed approach for k-tuple conjecture Hi everybody, I understand that works as this one https://www.dropbox.com/s/5hx8snbn2c...tuple.pdf?dl=0 are classified to be crackpottery by default, but I have not got a constructive criticism so far. I can see that crazy ideas are quite patiently rectified here, so maybe someone have comments? Briefly, Lemma 2.6 is the root of reasoning and the first point to check. How could you classify a potential problem with it: wrong/unclear formulation, mistake, gap? I suppose the "gap" is the most probable case, do you think a gap is fundamentally not fixable in such a case?
 2020-02-10, 16:16 #2 maththinking   Feb 2020 2 Posts Hi again, It seems that there is no attention here, so I suggest to close or delete the thread. The given link has been deactivated. Last fiddled with by maththinking on 2020-02-10 at 16:16
 2020-02-11, 03:31 #3 sweety439     Nov 2016 236010 Posts k-tuple conjecture? It is a part of Dickson's conjecture, and both Dickson's conjecture and Bunyakovsky conjecture are a part of Schinzel's_hypothesis H, Schinzel's_hypothesis H is the most generalization.

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