Sums of Three Primes
Hardy and Littlewood1 showed, assuming the generalized Riemann hypothesis, that every sufficiently large odd number is a sum of three primes. In their argument, the hypothesis was required to provide estimates corresponding to our estimates of S(α) in §25. In 1937 Vinogradov2 used his new estimates to treat sums of three primes unconditionally.
KeywordsRational Number Prime Power Trigonometric Polynomial Multiplicative Function Diophantine Approximation
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