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Following Newsletter No. 9


In his book 'Goldbach Theorem' Dr S. K. Kapoor arrives at the result regarding Goldbach's conjecture that for the even number E>64, there are at least (E squared)/4 ways that it can be expressed as a sum of two primes. In addition to his proof he has verified this result for various E, the largest being 2^30.

Dr Kapoor wants to verify the above for Uncle Petros' number i.e. 2^100 which will have at least 2^48 partitions into prime pairs that add up to 2^100. If you can advise on availability of software that can handle numbers of this size or if you can do the calculations or advise on where they could be done please contact Dr Kapoor at:



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Articles in previous issues of this Newsletter can be copied from the web site at
Issue 1: An Introduction
Issue 2: "So What's so Special about Vedic Mathematics?"
Issue 3: Sri Bharati Krsna Tirthaji: More than a Mathematical Genius
Issue 4: The Vedic Numerical Code Issue
5: "Mathematics of the Millennium"- Seminar in Singapore Issue
6: The Sutras of Vedic Mathematics Issue
7: The Vedic Square Issue 8: The Nine Point Circle

12th July 2000


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