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Science CoffeeHouse

The Science discussion group at IIT Kanpur loves to discuss ideas and share them!

We now step into the great world of quora to connect to more like... (more)

We now step into the great world of quora to connect to more like... (more)

Two of Landau's problems seem *surprisingly* doable the first time you see them.

The first is Legendre's conjecture: "Is there always at least one prime between two consecutive squares?", That is, for a given integer [math]n[/math] does there always exist a prime [math]p[/math] such that [math]n^2 < p < (n+1)^2[/math]

This seems all the more doable when you compare to Bertrand's postulate (which is surprisingly ... (more)

The first is Legendre's conjecture: "Is there always at least one prime between two consecutive squares?", That is, for a given integer [math]n[/math] does there always exist a prime [math]p[/math] such that [math]n^2 < p < (n+1)^2[/math]

This seems all the more doable when you compare to Bertrand's postulate (which is surprisingly ... (more)

Even if Science is objective, scientists are creative people.. ツ

(My statement can be debated upon, but let's do that another time!)

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(My statement can be debated upon, but let's do that another time!)

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