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comment Upper density of the set of $n$'s such that $p(n)$ is prime, where $p$ is polynomial
@DrorSpeiser Thank you, I have made the correction.
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revised Upper density of the set of $n$'s such that $p(n)$ is prime, where $p$ is polynomial
Thanks to Dror Speiser for a correction concerning DegF
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revised Elementary Proof of Infinitely many primes $\mathfrak{p} \in \mathbb{Z}[i]$ in the sector $\theta < \arg \mathfrak{p} <\phi $
I am adding the tag sieve theory since the paper I reference uses sieve theory to obtain such strong results.
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answered Elementary Proof of Infinitely many primes $\mathfrak{p} \in \mathbb{Z}[i]$ in the sector $\theta < \arg \mathfrak{p} <\phi $
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comment Upper density of the set of $n$'s such that $p(n)$ is prime, where $p$ is polynomial
@TerryTao: Thanks for the correction. I would not have guessed that having an asymptotic for $\sum_{p\leq z} v_F(p)$ is not enough to prove that $\sum_{p\leq z}\frac{v_F(p)}{p}=\log \log x+O(1)$, as Mertens proofs don't carry over.
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comment Upper density of the set of $n$'s such that $p(n)$ is prime, where $p$ is polynomial
@Quid: Fair enough.
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comment Upper density of the set of $n$'s such that $p(n)$ is prime, where $p$ is polynomial
@quid: I mostly agree with you, but many fine questions on math overflow are clear to those familiar with the subject area. For example, here are two good questions that have about $40$ upvotes each and are "hardly research-level": mathoverflow.net/questions/96604/exploding-primes mathoverflow.net/questions/25402/…,
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comment Upper density of the set of $n$'s such that $p(n)$ is prime, where $p$ is polynomial
I agree with Peter Mueller - why was this question downvoted twice?
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revised Upper density of the set of $n$'s such that $p(n)$ is prime, where $p$ is polynomial
I added slightly more detailin the line using the Chebotarev Density theorem by putting the theorem into a more familiar form.