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Q: Where is the flaw in this sketch of a twin prime argument involving modules, rings, abstract algebra?

DiagramChasingBluesDefine a prime number to be $\pm$ a usual prime number. Let $C = \{(X,Y,Z) \in \Bbb{Z}^3 : X - Y - Z = 0\}$. Define a composite number to not include $1$. Define $D_{x,y,z} = \{(X,Y,Z)\in C: X \in x\Bbb{Z}, \dots, Z \in z\Bbb{Z}\}$. It forms a $\Bbb{Z}$-submodule of $C$. Now take: $$ \pi: C \to...

 
 
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Can someone please provide the final re-open vote for my question
 
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A: Requests for Reopen & Undeletion Votes (volume 01/2022 - today)

user26857Please vote for undeleting this answer: https://math.stackexchange.com/a/1933337/121097. It is correct, and for some reason that I don't know it was downvoted twice, and this probably determined the answerer to delete it. You can also upvote it, since it is way simpler than the accepted answer.

 
10:58 AM
@bumblebee Why should such an off-topic question be reopened?
 
Could you please elaborate on how it is off topic?
Because the reason for it being closed does not apply to my exact question.
 
@bumblebee This site is for answers to specific mathematical questions which admit an objective answer. That's not the case here.
 
Yes, but there are so many other questions on here which do not admit an objective answer. Some of which have been widely accepted by the community. I do not see why my question is any different.
I have also made edits to ensure that the question is not subjective.
With guided feedback from other users who have been on this site for a while.
 
 
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3:48 PM
Seeking advice questions are off-topic since there is no objective answer. The above question should not have been reopened.
 
I understand @Peter
I will delete the question.
May someone please provide the final vote to close. Thank you.
 
@bumblebee You can delete your own questions, even if they are not closed.
 
 
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D1, D2, D3.
D4, D5, D6.
D7, D8, D9.
C1, C2, C3.
C4, C5, C6.
C7, C8, C9.
@RRL CB is up for deletion.
@RRL So are C2 and C5.
 
 
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