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Old 2021-12-22, 09:31   #9
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Originally Posted by mart_r View Post
Some data in the attachment, just to show off.

The interested reader might also like to check, for instance, the differences p(n+42)-p(n) for p in the range [327076775000..327076783000]. Makes for a nice graph.

And this related result, 100 primes in the range p+[1..8349] while there are no primes in q+[1..8349], with q < p, still appears to be unmatched:

Excuse my being a bit cocky today
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