Electronic Proceedings of the Nineteenth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate MathematicsBoston, Massachusetts, February 1518, 2007Paper C023
This is an electronic reprint, reproduced by permission of Pearson Education Inc. Originally appeared in the Proceedings of the Nineteenth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, Edited by Joanne Foster, ISBN 0321558464, Copyright (C) 2008 by Pearson Education, Inc. 
Employing The Voyage 200 To Explore Two Open Problems In Elementary Number Theory 
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Open problems in elementary number theory have long fascinated both professional and amateur mathematicians. In this paper, we demonstrate how the VOYAGE 200 enables students to better understand the intricacies associated with primes in general and, in particular, the two open problems known as Goldbach's Conjecture and The Twin Prime Conjecture.
Keyword(s): number theory, Voyage 200