" Any odd number (other then prime numbers & the number 9) having some prime factors can be expressed as sum of those prime factors & certain prime numbers where the prime numbers are not repeated anywhere in the summation". For e.g. take number 15 15=3*5 15=3+5+7 there is no counter example to the above statement except to those of mine which I have given. Now this is different from GoldBach's conjecture if observed minutely. Can any one give any more counterexample to the above statement within the context of the question.Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! regards.