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Sum of prime and semiprime conjecture
surely that's Chen's theorem
On July 1st, 2012 Anonymous says:
Every sufficiently large even number is the sum of either 2 primes or a prime and a semiprime.
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## surely that's Chen's theorem

Every sufficiently large even number is the sum of either 2 primes or a prime and a semiprime.