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July 24th, 2015, 05:49 AM   #21
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That picture has no reference to what kind of numbers p and q are. Does it work for any numbers, then? If not, your proof is incomplete. (Of course it's incomplete!)
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There is allways a prime between n and 2n (Bertrand)

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$\displaystyle 2n = p+q$ ; binary Goldbach

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$\displaystyle 2p+q $; Levi and ternär Goldbach

all linked together in one square $\displaystyle (p+q)^2$ and two rectangle 2pq
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I'll take that as confirmation that you are either a crank or a troll. Thread closed per our usual policy.
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