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I am a graduate student in mathematics at Princeton university.

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comment prime zeta function when $0<s<1$
"I will not be surprised if this question seems trivial in MO but i asked it first in MathSE and i did not get an answer." In fact, it has already been asked and answered several times on math.stackexchange. See here for a comprehensive answer which shows that for $k>-1$, $$\sum_{p\leq x}p^{k}=\text{li}\left(x^{k+1}\right)+O\left(x^{k+1}e^{-c\sqrt{\log x}}\right).$$ For this reason I vote to close this question.
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comment A sumset inequality
@Alvin, Seva: I checked all possible combinations $X\subsetneq A\subset \{1,2,3\dots, 10\}$ and the inequality always holds. I edit the question to this in.
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comment A sumset inequality
@Seva I wrote a program which chooses $A$ as a random subset of $\{1,2,...,n\}$ and $X$ as a random subset of $A$, and for $1$ million trials with $n=100$, the inequality always holds. I'll write a program that checks all subsets of $\{1,\dots,10\}$ and all possibilities $X$ and test it.
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