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Old 2019-06-09, 14:55   #7
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Presumably if there is an effect on the next prime side of the twin, we might expect the same effect on the previous prime.
Agreed.

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In response to both. I will investigate when I return from a short trip. My hunch is based on the prevalence of twins and 2 mod 6 gaps compared to the general population of gaps. I don't expect much of an uptick, perhaps 1.01*ln(p'). But let's see. As LaurV says, strange things might happen around twins.
Asymptotically, that's what I'd consider a big increase, an increase in the leading term. I don't expect to see an effect that large.
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