The ternary Goldbach problem

Harald Helfgott
Leonhard Euler (1707–1783) – one of the greatest mathematicians of the eighteenth century and of all times – often corresponded with a friend of his, Christian Goldbach (1690–1764), an amateur and polymath who lived and worked in Russia, just like Euler himself. In a letter written in June 1742, Goldbach made a conjecture – that is, an educated guess – on prime numbers: "Es scheinet wenigstens, dass eine jede Zahl, die größer ist als 2,...
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