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Re: Consecutive Prime Number Theorem

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  • Sebastian Martin
    Do[Print[Table[F[x,n],{x,1,50}]],{n,11,11}] 960,  4785/2,  1904,  4725/2,  2808,  12025/2, 3648, 4485/2, 1760,     18081/2, 5040, 10621/2, 5544,
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 10, 2008
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      Do[Print[Table[F[x,n],{x,1,50}]],{n,11,11}]
      960,  4785/2,  1904,  4725/2,  2808,  12025/2, 3648, 4485/2, 1760,
          18081/2, 5040, 10621/2, 5544, 22185/2, 5888, 3525/2, 6048, 8281/2,
          6000, 11781/2, 5720, 21465/2, 5184, 5005/2, 1008, 15105/2, 464,
          5133/2, 1800, 3721/2, 0, 189/2, 2048, 13065/2, 4488, 3685/2, 0,
          36225/2, 10640, 12141/2, 0, 66649/2, 0, 41925/2, 7448, 105105/2, 0,
          14773/2, 4320, 29241/2

      The first 0 is at the position 31=Prime[11] and the second 0 is at the position 37=Prime[12]
      The third 0 is at the position 41=Prime[14]....


      ----- Mensaje original ----
      De: billymac000 <billymac000@...>
      Para: Sebastian Martin <sebi_sebi@...>
      Enviado: domingo, 10 de agosto, 2008 7:11:17
      Asunto: Consecutive Prime Number Theorem

      please provide a numerical example

      thanks


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