08/23/2012, 02:44 PM

Hi

For those intrested in number theory and/or power sums the following seems to be true and new ??

tommy's extended prime number theorem ( EPNT )

let n and k be positive integers with n - 50 > k^2 > 0 and n sufficiently large then for the odd primes we have when p is the biggest odd prime =< n

3^k + 5^k + 7^k + 11^k + ... + p^k

~ [n^(k+1)] / [(k+1) ( ln(n) - ln(k) ) ]

regards

tommy1729

For those intrested in number theory and/or power sums the following seems to be true and new ??

tommy's extended prime number theorem ( EPNT )

let n and k be positive integers with n - 50 > k^2 > 0 and n sufficiently large then for the odd primes we have when p is the biggest odd prime =< n

3^k + 5^k + 7^k + 11^k + ... + p^k

~ [n^(k+1)] / [(k+1) ( ln(n) - ln(k) ) ]

regards

tommy1729