consider the relation n^2 + n + 41
one person claim that this relation does not apply for primes:
for n=1 it gives 43 : its prime
for n=2 it gives 47:its prime
for n=3 it gives 53 : its prime;etc...
Does this man have a reason for his claim?
consider the relation n^2 + n + 41
one person claim that this relation does not apply for primes:
for n=1 it gives 43 : its prime
for n=2 it gives 47:its prime
for n=3 it gives 53 : its prime;etc...
Does this man have a reason for his claim?