In this paper, an attempt was made to present a review on Goldbach’s conjecture as well as a remarkable result derived from it. In fact, according to Goldbach’s conjecture, it can be concluded that if n is a natural number, there is at least one prime number between n and 2n, in a way that n<p<2n. In other words, it is claimed that Bertrand postulate is included in Goldbach’s conjecture. Moreover, another characteristic of prime numbers will be presented which states that for each prime number, P, there are two other prime numbers such as Pa and Pb in a way that P is equidistant from Pa and Pb. Therefore, the present article claims that Bertrand Postulate is hidden within Goldbach’s conjecture

Keywords: Bertrand Postulate, Goldbach’s Conjecture, Prime Numbers

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