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4 we stated two conjectural theorems of which no proof is known, although empirical evidence makes their truth seem highly probable. There are many other conjectural theorems of the same kind. There are infinitely many primes n2+1. More generally, if a, b, c are integers without a common divisor, a is positive, a+b and c are not both even, and b2 - 4ac is not a perfect square, then there are infinitely many primes ant+bn+c. 7 (iii). If a, b, c have a common divisor, there can obviously be at most one prime of the form required.
THEOREM 30. 4) k + k' > n. The `mediant' h + h't k + k' t Or the reduced form of this fraction. 4) is true, there is another term of n between h/k and h'/k'. THEOREM 31. If n > 1, then no two successive terms of 1n have the same denominator. If k > I and h'/k succeeds h/k in Z,,, then h + 1 < h' < k. But then h h k 4. Second proof of Euclid's theorem. Our second proof of Theorem 4, which is due to Polya, depends upon a property of what are called `Fermat's numbers'. Fermat's numbers-are defined by Fn=22++1, so that F1 = 5, F2 = 17, F3 = 257, F4 = 65537. They are of great interest in many ways: for example, it was proved by Gausst that, if Fn is a prime p, then a regular polygon of p sides can be inscribed in a circle by Euclidean methods. The property of the Fermat numbers which is relevant here is THEOREM 16.
4. Second proof of Euclid's theorem. Our second proof of Theorem 4, which is due to Polya, depends upon a property of what are called `Fermat's numbers'. Fermat's numbers-are defined by Fn=22++1, so that F1 = 5, F2 = 17, F3 = 257, F4 = 65537. They are of great interest in many ways: for example, it was proved by Gausst that, if Fn is a prime p, then a regular polygon of p sides can be inscribed in a circle by Euclidean methods. The property of the Fermat numbers which is relevant here is THEOREM 16.