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[Number Theory] pi(X,x,x+2)+pi(X,x,x+4)
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The idea that complicated functions can be better described by simpler ones simply by taking an average (or other simple connections) gives me the feeling of " mathematical beauty ". Comparable to the PNT.

I have been trying to prove the conjecture of the OP by looking deep into proofs of PNT but without succes sofar.

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tommy1729
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RE: [Number Theory] pi(X,x,x+2)+pi(X,x,x+4) - by tommy1729 - 04/11/2014, 10:33 PM

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