Pradeep Kumar, Plamen Ch.Ivanov, H. Eugene Stanley

14 pages, 6 figures

The difference between two consecutive prime numbers is called the

distance between primes. We study the statistical properties of the

distances and their increments (the difference between two consecutive

distances) for a sequence comprising the first $5\times 10^7$ prime

numbers. We observe that the sequence of distances and the sequence of

increment magnitudes both exhibit remarkable logarithmic trends. We

obtain ...

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