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24687Re: Twin primes and Pi

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  • djbroadhurst
    Nov 27, 2012
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      --- In primenumbers@yahoogroups.com,
      "Alexander" <werner.sand@...> wrote:

      > > [3.196175, 2097257]
      > > [3.196230, 4194581]
      > > [3.196199, 8388617]
      > > [3.196216, 16777289]
      > > [3.196203, 33554501]
      > > [3.196185, 67109321]
      > > [3.196191, 134217779]
      > What I tried to explain is:
      > As a simple program can easily show, your table is wrong.

      Take the first entry.

      Your truncation was

      > t = 2097257 product = 2.9190232000697852233

      Now multiply by the obvious HL correction:

      exp(2*0.66016181584686957/log(2097257))

      The result is
      3.1961745754...
      in good agreement with mine:
      > [3.196175, 2097257]

      > your table is wrong

      No. The problem is that your table was uncorrected.

      David
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