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comment If the set of primes where $p$, $p+2$ is infinite, would this imply that the set of $p$ and $p+2n$ is also infinite?
@AndréNicolas, My question is if there are infinitely many primes with difference $2$, Is there a solid relation between that conjecture and the conjecture that there are infinitely many with difference $4,6,8,10,...$? And the same if there are finite. I'm having trouble wording the question and would really appreciate it if you edited the question if you understood me, thanks.
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revised If the set of primes where $p$, $p+2$ is infinite, would this imply that the set of $p$ and $p+2n$ is also infinite?
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revised If the set of primes where $p$, $p+2$ is infinite, would this imply that the set of $p$ and $p+2n$ is also infinite?
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asked If the set of primes where $p$, $p+2$ is infinite, would this imply that the set of $p$ and $p+2n$ is also infinite?
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comment Set notation for infinite subsets.
Yes, thanks you.
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accepted Set notation for infinite subsets.
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comment Set notation for infinite subsets.
Thanks, what about the part about $n$ for each subset being one more than the $n$ value for the previous subset?
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answered How to prove there is no algorithm for a problem e.g. generating next prime?
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accepted Good introductory readings to topics related to prime numbers for non-mathematicians
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accepted Counting instances where $bn_k$ is equal to any $an_k-1$ or $an_k+1$ under a given number on a number-line.
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accepted What academic level would one need to be at to fully understand papers published on the twin prim conjecture?
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asked Counting all multiples of $n_1$ in the vicinity of $n_2\pm1$.
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