A note to new subscribers

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2 thoughts on “A note to new subscribers

  1. John,

    Can the items you recently posted to AlgebraFact, regarding the infinite number of primes of form km+1 and similar forms, be used as an alternate proof of the infinity of primes? Or do they already depend on that fact?

  2. Yes, I believe that the proof of Dirichlet’s theorem does not assume first that there are infinitely many primes.

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