20090122, 00:06  #1 
Jan 2009
6_{10} Posts 
Chebyshev's Estimates
I've been working through Tenenbaum's book "Introduction to Analytic and Probabilistic Number Theory" and I'm stuck on the proof of an upper bound for .
For reference, it's Theorem 3 on page 11. The desired upper bound is Using the bound it's easy to show that for we have Tenenbaum then gives the bound So far, so good. At this point in the proof, Tenenbaum says "The stated result follows by choosing " and leaves the details to the reader. As much as I've looked at it, I still can't figure out how he arrives at the desired result. Any tips/suggestions? Thanks in advance. 
20090122, 12:48  #2  
"Bob Silverman"
Nov 2003
North of Boston
5^{2}·13·23 Posts 
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This shouldn't be too bad. 

20090122, 17:21  #3 
Jan 2009
110_{2} Posts 
Thanks for the suggestion, Dr. Silverman. When I made the substitution I wound up with a log(log(n)) term in the denominator that I'm not sure how to get rid of.
I tried estimating some more, but I still can't figure out where the factor of 8 in the term comes from. Thanks again, Dr. Silverman. 
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