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Old 2005-12-26, 17:28   #1
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is there is a relation between twin primes and Goldbach conjecture?
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Old 2005-12-26, 19:00   #2
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Apart from the fact that the words “two primes” appear in both, there would not appear to be any connection. The Goldbach conjecture is concerned with even numbers >= 4 being the sum of two primes.

They are of course related by the fact that neither conjecture is proved.

Considering that in an earlier thread you claimed to have proved both of these, I am surprised you needed to ask!
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Old 2005-12-26, 19:07   #3
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Hi!

Take a look @ http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=105

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Old 2006-01-03, 17:29   #4
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hi / Numbers
TO LEARN SOMEONE LIKE U ,WHAT HE NEED TO BE REAL MATHEMATICANS THEN U MUST WAIT .......TO LEARN.
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Old 2006-01-03, 18:47   #5
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sghodeif
hi / Numbers
TO LEARN SOMEONE LIKE U ,WHAT HE NEED TO BE REAL MATHEMATICANS THEN U MUST WAIT .......TO LEARN.
Can someone translate this into English, please?
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Old 2006-01-03, 19:44   #6
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Darn, where's the pancake bunny pic when you need it?
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Old 2006-01-03, 20:29   #7
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Originally Posted by fetofs
Can someone translate this into English, please?
Folks who don't speak English as their first language, and quite a lot of those who do, often use the verb to learn, when they mean to teach. As in, "that will learn you."

So:
Quote:
Originally Posted by sghodeif
TO LEARN SOMEONE LIKE U ,WHAT HE NEED TO BE REAL MATHEMATICANS
might be interpreted to mean "To teach someone like you [meaning me] what he needs to do to become a real mathematician."

Alternatively, it could mean that Mr Hodeif wants to learn from me what it will take for him to become a real mathematician. In which case he should probably set his standards a little higher.

Quote:
Originally Posted by sghodeif
THEN U MUST WAIT .......TO LEARN
Can probably be interpreted to mean, "Patience is a virtue."

and just for Alex, Pancake bunnny picture
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Old 2006-07-18, 23:57   #8
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Default To teach or to learn the message is obtain.

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Folks who don't speak English as their first language, and quite a lot of those who do, often use the verb to learn, when they mean to teach. As in, "that will learn you."

So:

might be interpreted to mean "To teach someone like you [meaning me] what he needs to do to become a real mathematician."

Alternatively, it could mean that Mr Hodeif wants to learn from me what it will take for him to become a real mathematician. In which case he should probably set his standards a little higher.


Can probably be interpreted to mean, "Patience is a virtue."

and just for Alex, Pancake bunnny picture
Yes indeed my standard in thinking very high with respect to u.
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Old 2006-07-19, 00:02   #9
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Default To teach or to learn the message is obtain.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Numbers
Folks who don't speak English as their first language, and quite a lot of those who do, often use the verb to learn, when they mean to teach. As in, "that will learn you."

So:

might be interpreted to mean "To teach someone like you [meaning me] what he needs to do to become a real mathematician."

Alternatively, it could mean that Mr Hodeif wants to learn from me what it will take for him to become a real mathematician. In which case he should probably set his standards a little higher.


Can probably be interpreted to mean, "Patience is a virtue."

and just for Alex, Pancake bunnny picture
Yes indeed my standard in thinking very high with respect to u.
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Old 2006-07-19, 03:22   #10
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Confucius say "Man who live on flagpole have nowhere to go but down".

I'd still like to hear your response to the post you made re form of factors for Mersenne numbers. Its just one thread down from this one at this moment.

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