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• This is my first post here, looks like an interesting group. I have a couple of questions I hope you all can answer : 1st, I have read that the log E of a
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This is my first post here, looks like an interesting group.

I have a couple of questions I hope you all can answer :

1st, I have read that the log E of a primorial divided by the last
prime in the sequence approaches 1.

E can be given by 1/0!+1/1!+1/2!+1/n!

Has anyone tried to calculate a base of (E primorial)?

I.E. 1/0# + 1/1# + 1/2# + 1/3# + 1/5# ... 1/n# ?

Is the above number similar to e and pi ? I.E. non repetitive etc.?

2nd I have seen in passing mention of the gamma function which
gives : gamma (n+1) = n!

Can someone give me an example of the gamma function? (It has been
awhile since I took calc...)

It time comparison, how does the factorial N! compare to gamma (n+1)?

Thanks.
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