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answered Number of prime numbers in a range
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comment Number of prime numbers in a range
No, thanks to the recent breakthroughs in bounded gaps between primes.
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comment One-to-one correspondance between zeta zeros and the prime powers?
This may have something interesting, but there is no clear question as it stands. The explicit formula of course gives a correspondence between zeta zeros and primes, but it's not clear what exactly you're after here.
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comment Solve complex exponencial equation
Your question is better suited for MathStackExchange. Please consider posting it there instead.
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comment Probability that random nonnegative integer matrix is singular
For fixed $n$ and large $k$, the probability is known to go to zero. See for example this paper of Martin and Wong which contains more references: math.ubc.ca/~gerg/papers/downloads/AAIMHNIE.pdf . Also, the work of Rudelson and Vershynin arxiv.org/pdf/math/0703503.pdf which gives very general situations where the probability goes to zero.
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reviewed Leave Open Can estimate upper bound of $|p_{i}|$ or $|q_{i}|?$
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