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intervals between primes

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  • gulland68
    A question: if you take a the set of products of any two adjacent primes beneath a value n, the lowest such product being 6, and you subdivide it into two
    Message 1 of 1 , May 13, 2007
      A question: if you take a the set of products of any two adjacent
      primes beneath a value n, the lowest such product being 6, and you
      subdivide it into two distinct subsets, one containing products that
      are greater than half n and the other products that are less than half
      n, then with ascending value of n, you must get a convergence upon a
      particular ratio of the cardinality of the one subset to the other.
      Surely it's not just 1 : 1, is it?
      Any appropriate references will be gratefully received, assuming it
      doesn't follow trivially from the PNT.
      With thanks in advance.
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