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primenumbers@yahoogroups.com, "gulland68" <tmgulland@h...> wrote:

> It must be provable, surely, that if we consider only integers between

> the square of any prime p and the subsequent square of a prime, the

> interval between primes cannot be greater than p? And that in the span

> of 3p integers there will be at least 5 primes, assuming sufficient

> integers between the relevant squares of primes?

Apologies: this should be considering odd numbers only: for 'integers'

read odd numbers, for 'interval' read number of odd numbers in the

interval, for p read 2p, and for 3p read 6p.

Tom