somebody good in math induction proof ? so prove that always there exist a prim number p the form of 6n +/- 1 what adding to the number of 12g , where g is a number from this set 1,2,3,5,7,10,12,17,.... , so from this sum always result at least one prim number for example : 1. 12*1 + 5 or 7 = 17 - 19 2. 12*2 + 5 or 7 = 29 - 31 3. 12*3 + 5 or 7 = 41 - 43 4. 12*5 + 11 or 13 = 71 - 73 - so i think maybe this proven by math induction

Are you asking us to solve this?

yes for any idea to solve it by math induction or ... there exist other one method to prove it ?

@imqwerty now is posted correct - any idea ? ty.

So the set \(g\) only contains 1,2,3,5,7,10,12,17 ? no other numbers in set g?

no - this set is - i think - infinity

how can I generate more numbers of this set? How do I get the \(n^{th}\) number in this set

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