Two approaches to proving Goldbach's conjecture
Goldbach's conjecture states that "all even numbers greater
than 2 can be expressed as the sum of two primes". An equivalent
statement of Goldbach's conjecture was found to be "for every integer
n greater than or equal to 2, there exists an integer
j such that n+j and n-j are prime numbers".
The purpose of the research was to
approach Goldbach's conjecture using this equivalent statement. It
resulted in two conjectures concerning Goldbach's conjecture. One
involved a specially created sequence and another involved a lower
bound that was found using counting methods.