Authors: Elizabeth Gatton-Robey
I created an algorithm that guarantees the validity of Goldbach’s Conjecture. The algorithm eliminates all even integers that are not the sum of an even integer when the number 3 is added to one other prime number. The visual pattern that emerges from the algorithm maps all prime numbers. This pattern is also applied to individual consecutive primes to eliminate all even numbers that are not the sum of each prime number plus one other prime number. By layering the pattern to account for all possible “sums of two prime numbers” combinations, it can either be said that “all evens will be eliminated” or “no evens will be eliminated”. What this means is that what happens to one even integer is universal.
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