Prove or disprove the following. There are infinitely many prime numbers expressible in the form of n^3+1 where n is a positive integer.
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Originally Posted by JCIR Prove or disprove the following. There are infinitely many prime numbers expressible in the form of n^3+1 where n is a positive integer. Sum of two cubes identity.
Thanks for the hint but I really do not know what the sum of two 2 cubes identity is.
Originally Posted by JCIR Thanks for the hint but I really do not know what the sum of two 2 cubes identity is. $\displaystyle x^3+y^3 = (x+y)(x^2-xy+y^2)$
I did not know that was called like that Thanks.
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