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  • Sebastian Martin
    Hello all Some years ago (1997) I published that (pn#)^(1/pn)-- E (pn= nth prime number Pn# primorial of pn) I have obtaided today another interesting result
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 13, 2008
      Hello all

      Some years ago (1997) I published that (pn#)^(1/pn)-->E
      (pn= nth prime number Pn# primorial of pn)
      I have obtaided today another interesting result
      (pn!)^(n/(pn)^2)->E

      And more:

      Log[pn#]/Log[pn!] is infinitesimal equivalent to n/pn

      ie: lim
      (Log[pn#]/Log[pn!])/(n/pn)=1


      Sincerely:

      Sebastián Martín Ruiz




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