[FOM] Prime values of polynomials
Franklin Vera
franklin at math.toronto.edu
Wed Mar 5 13:08:04 EST 2008
On Thu, Feb 28, 2008 at 4:24 PM, <joeshipman at aol.com> wrote:
>Can anyone provide a comparably simple example of a property which is
>believed to hold for all integers, but which is not known to hold for
>any? (Alternatively, I'll accept an example of a property which is
>conjectured to hold for all members of a set X but is not known to hold
>for any, where X is easier to recognize than "irreducible polynomials
>of degree >1" even if X is not as easy to recognize as the integersare).--
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Let Q any proposition who's which is conjectured to be true but not know to
be true. Then 'Q and (n=n)' is such a property.
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Franklin Vera Pacheco
(Frank cheValier on a Pc)
PhD Student at the University of Toronto
Department of Mathematics
Phone: 647 346 0460
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