Primorial question
For the question I need a slightly modified definition of primorial. Let n# = the product of all primes less than or equal to n, for all natural numbers n. Note that this disobeys the convention that n must be prime for n# to be valid.
Does the sequence 3#, 3##, 3###, ... get arbitarily large? Or could there exist a (nontrivial) natural number k such that k#=k##?
