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 2018-01-26, 21:29 #1 MisterBitcoin     "Nuri, the dragon :P" Jul 2016 Good old Germany 22×211 Posts Factorial and Goldbach conjecture. Factorial numbers are interesting, same for the goldbach conjecture. Let´s make something with these to themes. What turns out is a PRP search. (for the higher n!-values. ;) ) Smallest combination for 20!: 31+P19; here Smallest combination for 21!: 31+P20; here Smallest combination for 22!: 73+P22; here and so on... I´ll build an script to do this kind of "work", I won´t waste FactorDB resources. Last fiddled with by MisterBitcoin on 2018-01-27 at 11:15
 2018-01-26, 23:06 #2 kar_bon     Mar 2006 Germany 1011011011112 Posts Quick shot: 261 primes/PRPs for 20!-n, 1<=n<=10000
 2018-01-27, 02:03 #3 a1call     "Rashid Naimi" Oct 2015 Remote to Here/There 217410 Posts Pari-gp code: BZC-200-A by Rashid Naimi (a1call) Goldbach Conjecture for n!: https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki...ach_Conjecture Every factorial greater than 2 is the sum of 2 distinct primes. Can be proven using my Theorem 1: http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpos...2&postcount=39 If it can be shown/proven that there always exists a prime P such that n!-n^2 < P < n! for all integers n greater than 2. Code: print("\nBZC-200-A by Rashid Naimi (a1call)") print("Goldbach Conjecture for n!:") print("https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=Goldbach_Conjecture"); print("Every factorial greater than 2 is the sum of 2 distinct primes.") print("Can be proven using my Theorem 1:") print("http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=413772&postcount=39") print("If it can be shown/proven that there always exists a prime P such that") print("n!-n^2 < P < n!") print("for all integers n greater than 2.") UpperBoundLimit = 19^2 \\ Set your desired Upper Bound for the n! for( theFactorial =3,UpperBoundLimit ,{ prime1 =nextprime(abs(theFactorial! -theFactorial ^2)); prime2 =theFactorial! - prime1; \\print("\nn**** " ,theFactorial,"! = ",prime1 ," + ",prime2," ****" );\\\\Un-Commemt to print prime1 print("\n**** " ,theFactorial,"! = P",#digits(prime1) ," + ",prime2," ****" ); print(prime2," is guaranteed to be prime: ",isprime(prime2) ); if(!isprime(prime2),break(19);); }) Code: BZC-200-A by Rashid Naimi (a1call) Goldbach Conjecture for n!: https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=Goldbach_Conjecture Every factorial greater than 2 is the sum of 2 distinct primes. Can be proven using my Theorem 1: http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=413772&postcount=39 If it can be shown/proven that there always exists a prime P such that n!-n^2 < P < n! for all integers n greater than 2. 361 **** 3! = P1 + 3 **** 3 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 4! = P2 + 13 **** 13 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 5! = P2 + 23 **** 23 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 6! = P3 + 29 **** 29 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 7! = P4 + 47 **** 47 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 8! = P5 + 43 **** 43 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 9! = P6 + 79 **** 79 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 10! = P7 + 89 **** 89 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 11! = P8 + 113 **** 113 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 12! = P9 + 139 **** 139 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 13! = P10 + 163 **** 163 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 14! = P11 + 131 **** 131 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 15! = P13 + 167 **** 167 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 16! = P14 + 239 **** 239 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 17! 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 2018-01-27, 04:41 #4 a1call     "Rashid Naimi" Oct 2015 Remote to Here/There 2×1,087 Posts The Primorial Version The Primorial Version Pari-gp code: BZC-230-A by Rashid Naimi (a1call) Goldbach Conjecture for n#: https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki...ach_Conjecture Every Primorial greater than 2 is the sum of 2 distinct primes. Can be proven using my Theorem 1: http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpos...2&postcount=39 If it can be shown/proven that there always exists a prime P such that n#-n^2 < P < n# for all integers n greater than 2. 361 Code:  print("\nBZC-230-A by Rashid Naimi (a1call)") print("Goldbach Conjecture for n#:") print("https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=Goldbach_Conjecture"); print("Every Primorial greater than 2 is the sum of 2 distinct primes.") print("Can be proven using my Theorem 1:") print("http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=413772&postcount=39") print("If it can be shown/proven that there always exists a prime P such that") print("n#-n^2 < P < n#") print("for all integers n greater than 2.") UpperBoundLimit = 19^2 \\ Set your desired Upper Bound for the n! \\ primorial(n)= { my(thePrimorial=1); forprime(p=2,n,thePrimorial=thePrimorial*p); return (thePrimorial); } \\ forprime( thePrimorial =3,UpperBoundLimit ,{ evaluatedPrimorial =primorial(thePrimorial +2); prime1 =nextprime(abs(evaluatedPrimorial -thePrimorial ^2)); prime2 =evaluatedPrimorial - prime1; \\print("\nn**** " ,thePrimorial,"# = ",prime1 ," + ",prime2," ****" );\\\\Un-Commemt to print prime1 print("\n**** " ,thePrimorial,"# = P",#digits(prime1) ," + ",prime2," ****" ); print(prime2," is guaranteed to be prime: ",isprime(prime2) ); if(!isprime(prime2),break(19);); }) Code: BZC-230-A by Rashid Naimi (a1call) Goldbach Conjecture for n#: https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=Goldbach_Conjecture Every Primorial greater than 2 is the sum of 2 distinct primes. Can be proven using my Theorem 1: http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=413772&postcount=39 If it can be shown/proven that there always exists a prime P such that n#-n^2 < P < n# for all integers n greater than 2. 361 **** 3# = P2 + 7 **** 7 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 5# = P3 + 19 **** 19 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 7# = P3 + 47 **** 47 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 11# = P5 + 113 **** 113 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 13# = P5 + 167 **** 167 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 17# = P7 + 281 **** 281 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 19# = P7 + 359 **** 359 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 23# = P9 + 509 **** 509 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 29# = P12 + 787 **** 787 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 31# = P12 + 947 **** 947 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 37# = P13 + 1321 **** 1321 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 41# = P17 + 1637 **** 1637 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 43# = P17 + 1823 **** 1823 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 47# = P18 + 2161 **** 2161 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 53# = P20 + 2801 **** 2801 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 59# = P24 + 3469 **** 3469 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 61# = P24 + 3673 **** 3673 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 67# = P25 + 4327 **** 4327 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 71# = P29 + 4931 **** 4931 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 73# = P29 + 5171 **** 5171 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 79# = P31 + 6121 **** 6121 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 83# = P33 + 6869 **** 6869 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 89# = P35 + 7879 **** 7879 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 97# = P37 + 9349 **** 9349 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 101# = P41 + 10193 **** 10193 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 103# = P41 + 10399 **** 10399 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 107# = P45 + 11161 **** 11161 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 109# = P45 + 11593 **** 11593 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 113# = P47 + 12743 **** 12743 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 127# = P49 + 16061 **** 16061 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 131# = P51 + 17077 **** 17077 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 137# = P56 + 18461 **** 18461 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 139# = P56 + 19289 **** 19289 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 149# = P60 + 21863 **** 21863 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 151# = P60 + 22783 **** 22783 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 157# = P62 + 24481 **** 24481 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 163# = P64 + 26539 **** 26539 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 167# = P66 + 27697 **** 27697 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 173# = P69 + 29803 **** 29803 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 179# = P73 + 31177 **** 31177 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 181# = P73 + 32719 **** 32719 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 191# = P78 + 36451 **** 36451 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 193# = P78 + 37223 **** 37223 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 197# = P82 + 38737 **** 38737 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 199# = P82 + 39079 **** 39079 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 211# = P85 + 44281 **** 44281 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 223# = P87 + 49339 **** 49339 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 227# = P92 + 51449 **** 51449 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 229# = P92 + 52189 **** 52189 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 233# = P94 + 54133 **** 54133 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 239# = P99 + 57041 **** 57041 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 241# = P99 + 57773 **** 57773 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 251# = P101 + 62723 **** 62723 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 257# = P104 + 65981 **** 65981 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 263# = P106 + 69061 **** 69061 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 269# = P111 + 72277 **** 72277 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 271# = P111 + 73417 **** 73417 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 277# = P113 + 76597 **** 76597 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 281# = P118 + 78797 **** 78797 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 283# = P118 + 79757 **** 79757 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 293# = P121 + 85639 **** 85639 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 307# = P123 + 93871 **** 93871 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 311# = P128 + 96443 **** 96443 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 313# = P128 + 97879 **** 97879 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 317# = P131 + 100447 **** 100447 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 331# = P133 + 109519 **** 109519 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 337# = P136 + 113489 **** 113489 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 347# = P141 + 120167 **** 120167 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 349# = P141 + 121727 **** 121727 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 353# = P143 + 123817 **** 123817 is guaranteed to be prime: 1 **** 359# = P146 + 128153 **** 128153 is guaranteed to be prime: 1
 2018-01-27, 11:15 #5 MisterBitcoin     "Nuri, the dragon :P" Jul 2016 Good old Germany 22×211 Posts Thanks a1call for your informations.
2018-01-27, 22:33   #6
CRGreathouse

Aug 2006

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by a1call BZC-200-A by Rashid Naimi (a1call) Goldbach Conjecture for n!: https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki...ach_Conjecture Every factorial greater than 2 is the sum of 2 distinct primes. Can be proven using my Theorem 1: http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpos...2&postcount=39 If it can be shown/proven that there always exists a prime P such that n!-n^2 < P < n! for all integers n greater than 2.
What you call Theorem 1 is an old observation of Guy, Lacampagne, & Selfridge. (See also Agoh, Erdős, & Granville who have a more advanced version.) But it doesn't help you here at all. Sure, the result does obtain on the hypothesis that there is a prime p with n! - n^2 < p < n!-1 (not n! as you had), but then you don't need the theorem at all.

2018-01-27, 22:39   #7
a1call

"Rashid Naimi"
Oct 2015
Remote to Here/There

2·1,087 Posts

My pleasure Mr. MisterBitcoin.
Anytime.

Couple of more runs with the default memory allocation:
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 2018-01-28, 06:51 #8 a1call     "Rashid Naimi" Oct 2015 Remote to Here/There 2·1,087 Posts Number of primes P such that n!-n^2 < P < n! for n such that 3 < n < 352 Note that any of these primes will yield a 2 primes sum equal to the factorial as per my Theorem 1 referenced earlier. 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2018-01-28, 07:57   #9
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Quote:
 Originally Posted by CRGreathouse What you call Theorem 1 is an old observation of Guy, Lacampagne, & Selfridge. (See also Agoh, Erdős, & Granville who have a more advanced version.) But it doesn't help you here at all. Sure, the result does obtain on the hypothesis that there is a prime p with n! - n^2 < p < n!-1 (not n! as you had), but then you don't need the theorem at all.
Ok I can see the reason why it should be -1, because P=n!-1 will yield 1 and 1 is not s prime.
Can you please provide links to the references that you mentioned.
My googling did not return any relevant hits.
Thank you in advance.
PS the number of primes above might be off by one for appropriate primes if n!-1 is a prime such as for n=4.

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 2018-01-28, 08:24 #10 a1call     "Rashid Naimi" Oct 2015 Remote to Here/There 2·1,087 Posts Actually it seems to me that the correct optimised range is neither n!-n^2 < P < n! Nor n!-n^2 < P < n!-1 But rather n!-n^2 < P < n!-n Since none of the integers m such that n!-n <= m < n! -1 Can be prime. Last fiddled with by a1call on 2018-01-28 at 08:31
2018-01-28, 12:06   #11
science_man_88

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by a1call Actually it seems to me that the correct optimised range is neither n!-n^2 < P < n! Nor n!-n^2 < P < n!-1 But rather n!-n^2 < P < n!-n Since none of the integers m such that n!-n <= m < n! -1 Can be prime.
Depends on n if odd neither will n!-(n+1) as it will be even. If n is 2 mod 3 then n+1 is 0 mod 3 and the result of subtracting it if n is more than 3 will be 0 mod 3.

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