# Difference between revisions of "Chen's Theorem"

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− | Chen's Theorem states that any large [[even]] number can be written as the sum of: | + | Chen's Theorem states that any sufficiently large [[even]] number <math>\left(>e^{e^{36}}\right)</math> can be written as the sum of: |

− | *two [[primes | + | *two [[prime|primes]] |

− | *a prime | + | *a prime and a [[semiprime]] (a semiprime is the product of two primes) |

The theorem was first stated in 1966. | The theorem was first stated in 1966. | ||

+ | Tomohiro Yamada proved Chen's theorem in 2015 | ||

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+ | ==See Also== | ||

+ | [[Category:Theorems]] |

## Latest revision as of 19:03, 28 May 2020

**Chen's Theorem** is a theorem developed by Chinese mathematician, Chen Jingrun.

## Theorem

Chen's Theorem states that any sufficiently large even number can be written as the sum of:

The theorem was first stated in 1966. Tomohiro Yamada proved Chen's theorem in 2015

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