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Re: prime numbers from 0 up to 80 digits.

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  • Andrey Kulsha
    ... In both expressions, of course, e^(u/2) is wrong, it should be e^(-u/2). And all this only for u 0. Best, Andrey [Non-text portions of this message have
    Message 1 of 10 , Feb 26, 2003
      Absent-minded Andrey Kulsha just wrote:
      > The right formula for the mean part of pi(e^u)*u*e^(u/2) is
      >
      > (R(e^u)*u+arctan(pi/u)/(pi/u)-1)*e^(u/2),
      In both expressions, of course, e^(u/2) is wrong, it should be e^(-u/2).

      And all this only for u>0.

      Best,

      Andrey


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