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Conjecture in Additive Twin Primes Numbers Theory

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For two millennia, the prime numbers have continued to fascinate mathematicians. Indeed, a conjecture which dates back to this period states that the number of twin primes is infinite. In 1949 Clement showed a theorem on twin primes. For the record, the theorem of Clement has quickly been known to be ineffective in the development of twin primes because of the factorial. This is why I thought ofusing the additive theory of numbers to find pairs of twin primes from the first two pairs of twin primes. What I have formulated as a conjecture. In same time i presentmy idea about the solution of the Goldbach’s weak conjecture.


The Bulletin of Society for Mathematical Services and Standards (Volume 5)
I. Gueye, "Conjecture in Additive Twin Primes Numbers Theory", The Bulletin of Society for Mathematical Services and Standards, Vol. 5, pp. 27-30, 2013
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March 2013

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