Greener Journal of Science, Engineering and Technological Research

Vol. 9(1), pp. 6-7, 2019

ISSN: 2276-7835

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DOI Link: http://doi.org/10.15580/GJSETR.2019.1.040919067

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A number of conjectures are likely to setup

 

 

Zhou Mi 1*; Hong Wei Shi 2

 

 

 

1 Suqian Economy and Trade Vocational School

2 Suqian College

 

 

 

 

ABSTRACT

 

 

 

An unresolved conjecture in number theory has great possibility to set up.

 

ARTICLE INFO

 

 

Article No.: 040919067

Type: Short Comm

DOI: 10.15580/GJSETR.2019.1.040919067

 

Submitted: 09/04/2019

Accepted: 13/04/2019

Published: 19/04/2019

*Corresponding Author

Zhou Mi

E-mail: zhoumi19920626@ 163.com

Keywords: number theory, conjecture, set up.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


INTRODUCTION:

 

Have an unresolved conjecture in number theory,

 

Q1=2, q2=3, q3=5, Q4, Q5,,,, from small to large order write all the prime numbers,

Qk=q1*q2*q3,,,, qk+1

Q1=3, Q2=7, Q3=31, Q4=211, Q5=2311, Q6=59*509, Q7=19*97*277, Q8=347*27953, Q9=317*7037

63, Q10=331*571*34231

 

The number five is a prime number, after the number five is a composite number, there is now a question of whether there are infinitely many k such that Qk is a prime number, or the Qk number?

 

Look at a matrix:

 

In 1934, East India (now Bangladesh) Chandra proposed a square sieve:

The first line is the first of 4, 3 of the tolerance of arithmetic sequence 4, 7, 10,... , 4+3 (n-1),...

 

The second line is the first of 7, 5 of the tolerance of arithmetic sequence 7, 12, 17,... , 7+5 (n-1),...

 

The third line is the first of 10, 7 of the tolerance of arithmetic sequence 10, 17, 24,... , 10+7 (n-1),...

 

The fourth line is the first of 13, 9 of the tolerance of arithmetic sequence 13, 22, 31,... , 13+9 (n-1),...

...

 

Line m is the first 3m+1, tolerance of arithmetic sequence 2m+1 3m+1, 5m+2, 7m+3,... , its n item is 3m+1+ (n-1) (2m+1) =2mn+m+n,...

 

Write the following array:

 

First column, second column, third column, fourth column, fifth column... Column n...

 

First row 47101316... 4+3 (n-1)...

Second row 712172227... 7+5 (n-1)...

Third row 1017243138... 10+7 (n-1)...

Fourth row 1322314049... 13+9 (n-1)...

Fifth row 1627384960... 16+11 (n-1)...

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

 

Line 3m+1 5m+2 7m+3 9m+4 11m+5 m... 2mn+m+n...

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

 

The secret lies in this square: if a natural number N appears in the table, then 2N + 1 is certainly not a prime number; if N does not appear in the table, then 2N + 1 is certainly a prime number.

In fact, if N=2mn+m+n, then 2N+1=2 (2mn+m+n) +1=4mn+2m+2n+1= (2m+1) (2n+1), it is not prime. On the contrary, the N does not appear in the table, if 2N+1 is not a prime number, then 2N+1 must be a product of two odd, write 2N+1= (2m+1) (2n+1) =4mn+2m+2n+1, N=2mn+m+n, it appears in the table, with the assumption of contradiction. So when N does not appear in the matrix when 2N+1 is a prime number.

 

Qk=q1*q2*q3,,,, *qk+1, q1=2, so Q2=2* (q2*q3,,, QK) +1, apparently q2*q3*q4,,,, *qk

 

Is the number, so q2*q3*q4, *qk=2N+1, N, and the above parties appear in the screen, appearing in square sieve in N has an infinite number if the 2N+1 appear or do not appear in the matrix. Then it has an infinite number of the Qk=2* (2N+1) +1 is prime or composite.

 

So this conjecture is likely to be established!


 

 

Cite this Article: Zhou M; Hong WS (2019). A number of conjectures are likely to setup. Greener Journal of Science, Engineering and Technological Research, 9(1): 6-7, http://doi.org/10.15580/GJSETR.2019.1.040919067.