Hello,

Given any two consecutive sequences of an equal number

of consecutive integers, heuristically, the ratio of the

number of primes in each sequence approaches unity.

So it's not surprising, in fact, it's what you'd expect.

-Dick

--- Bill Krys <

billkrys@...> wrote:

> Dick,

>

> The latter,

>

> Bill

>

> --- Dick Boland <richard042@...> wrote:

> > Hi Bill,

> >

> > Maybe, are you talking about the segment

> > as one side of the symmetry (symmetrical about 2^n),

> > or both sides of the symmetry within the segment

> > (symmetrical about 3*2^(n-1))?

> >

> > -Dick Boland

> >

> > --- Bill Krys <billkrys@...> wrote:

> > > Hello,

> > >

> > > Has anyone noticed the strong degree of symmetry

> > for

> > > the number of prime factors on a segment from 2^n

> > to

> > > 2^(n+1)?

> > >

> > > Bill

> > >

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