An alternative for the Goldbach conjecture
According to this ad-hoc conjecture, every positive integer greater than 10 can produced as a multiplication of two primes and a prime:
number=(prime*prime)+prime.
Notice that the so-called Lucky numbers seems to support that opinion that there isn't any exceptional in the primes-this conjecture suggests that instead of using only additions (as in the case of the Goldbach conjecture), this multiplication + addition combination similarly able to generate every number using only and exclusively certain combinations of primes.
2*2+2=6
2*2+3=7
2*3+2=8
2*3+3=9
10 ---
3*3+2=11
3*3+3=12
2*5+3=13
3*3+5=14
2*2+11=15
3*3+7=16
3*5+2=17
3*5+3=18
2*7+5=19
3*3+11=20
2*5+11=21
2*7+7=21
3*5+7=22
2*11+11=23
3*7+3=24
2*11+3=25
3*5+11=26
5*5+2=27
5*5+3=28
2*11+7=29
5*5+5=30
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Zoltan Galantai, April 4, 2018.