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Any more generalization of Fermat's Little Theorem?
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Any progress on the Firoozbakht Conjecture?
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On a limit involving consecutive primes
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On prime numbers
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On a limit involving consecutive primes
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On a limit involving consecutive primes
@Emil, Thanks for the inputs. I derived an asymptotic expansion for primes, based on assumptions that we can use Cipolla's asymptotic expansion of the n-th prime. I have presented the limit asked in teh question for primes in an asymptotic format. I guess the -2 limit is not general but in case of primes, both calculations and the asymptotic series both suggest the limit of -2. But I doubt is, are we justified to use Cipolla's expansion to evaluate this limit?? |
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