**Goldbach** may refer to:

- Streams

- Germany:
- Goldbach (Bode), a large stream in the Harz Mountains

- Places

- Germany:
- Goldbach, Bavaria, a municipality in Bavaria
- Goldbach, Thuringia, a municipality in Thuringia
- Goldbach (Crailsheim), a quarter of Crailsheim in Baden-Württemberg

- Switzerland:
- Goldbach, Hasle bei Burgdorf, part of Hasle bei Burgdorf, Canton of Berne
- Goldbach, Lützelflüh, part of Lützelflüh, Canton of Berne
- Goldbach, Zurich, part of Küsnacht, Canton of Zurich

- Mathematics

- Christian Goldbach, an 18th century Prussian mathematician
- Goldbach's conjecture, one of the oldest unsolved problems in number theory

### Other articles related to "goldbach":

**Goldbach**, Zurich

...

**Goldbach**is part of the municipality of Küsnacht in the district of Meilen in the canton of Zürich in Switzerland ...

**Goldbach**is located north of Küsnacht proper, south and west of Zollikon, and on the Goldküste (Gold Coast) of Lake Zürich ... The Küsnacht-

**Goldbach**railway station is 12-14 minutes from downtown Zurich via the S6 and S16 S-Bahn train lines ...

Stern Prime

... Sloane's A007697 lists odd numbers with at least n

... Sloane's A007697 lists odd numbers with at least n

**Goldbach**representations ... efficient Waring representations than their**Goldbach**representations would suggest ... Christian**Goldbach**conjectured in a letter to Leonhard Euler that every odd integer is of the form p + 2b² with b allowed to be any integer, including zero ...Uncle Petros And

... Uncle Petros and

**Goldbach**'s Conjecture... Uncle Petros and

**Goldbach**'s Conjecture is a 1992 novel by Greek author Apostolos Doxiadis ... of two primes, which is a famous unsolved mathematics problem called**Goldbach**'s Conjecture ... a $1 million prize for anybody who proved**Goldbach**'s Conjecture within two years of the book's publication in 2000 ...**Goldbach**–Euler Theorem

... In mathematics, the

**Goldbach**–Euler theorem (also known as

**Goldbach**'s theorem), states that the sum of 1/(p − 1) over the set of perfect powers p, excluding 1 and omitting repetitions, converges to 1 This result ... Euler attributed the result to a letter (now lost) from

**Goldbach**...

Schinzel's Hypothesis H - Extension To Include The

... The hypothesis doesn't cover

**Goldbach**Conjecture... The hypothesis doesn't cover

**Goldbach**'s conjecture, but a closely related version (hypothesis HN) does ... That requires an extra polynomial F(x), which in the**Goldbach**problem would just be x, for which N − F(n) is required to be a prime number, also ...Related Subjects

Related Phrases

Related Words