Number Theory

   

Grimm's Conjecture

Authors: Radomir Majkic

The collection of the consecutive composite integers is the composite connected, and no pair of its distinct integers may be generated by a single prime number. Consequently, it is possible to select at least one collection of distinct prime divisors by extracting only one prime from every single integer of the collection, and the Grimm's Conjecture holds.

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