Thread: N Weights
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Old 2010-04-17, 07:31   #4
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Perhaps there're some 'weights' for any n-value:

Example:

For the range 1<k<1M I've made those days some runs.
So for n=9996 I got 136 primes and for n=9994 174!

This gives 20-30 % difference (in a small range of k: consider the problem of small numbers).

Could be the same like lottery:

Since 1955 (lottery 6 from 49) the number '13' was drawn 286-times (least) and '49' 397-times (most) in 2844 draws!

Statistically these should be equal, but with 'only' 2844 draws there's this difference.

So for small ranges there're small difference in primes for some n.
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