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September 20th, 2013, 12:50 PM   #1
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The proof of the Twin Primes conjecture

The Twin Primes conjectuire is proved.

The number of the Twin Primes is infinitely.

I created "Arithmetic Pairs of Twin Numbers"

(APTN) which permits to compute the number of

pairs of each type specifically for Twin Primes (H).

Next the equation for the number of the Twin Primes

is transformed to H(n) and it is computed lim H(n)

which at n work for infinity equals (+infinity).

Thus the number of the Twin Primes is infinitely.



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September 25th, 2013, 01:50 AM   #2
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Re: The proof of the Twin Primes conjecture

I so think it is one of possible solution of Twin Primes conjecture.
Since zhang's theorem is not the proof of the Twin Primes conjecture.
By Dan Goldston from AIM " Zhang's theorem is a huge
step forward in the direction of the twin prime conjecture.
We now know for the first time that there are actually
infinitely many pairs of primes that differ by some fixed
number. The proof does not specify any specific number,
only that there is at least one that is less than 70 million...."
Full text see below:

http://www.aimath.org/news/primegaps70m/
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Re: The proof of the Twin Primes conjecture

You are creating way too many axioms.. you are not allowed to do that when you prove something.
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Re: The proof of the Twin Primes conjecture

You had posted this, with only slight differences three weeks earlier, and were told in some detail why it was not a proof then. Why are you posting it again? I strongly recommend you at least find out what a proof is. Here, you have a list of "axioms" and you cannot, as gelatine1 said, just "create" axioms to prove a specific theorem (You can create new axioms to create a new "mathematical system" with new theorems to be proven).
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