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Old 2022-06-07, 23:49   #2
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Originally Posted by rudy235 View Post
Disclosure: i must say do not like the heading too much but that is the actual title of the Article in Quanta magazine with yesterday’s date by Jordana Cepelewicz.
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I agree, Quanta booted the title. A more accurate title appears to be A proof of the Erdős primitive set conjecture (Arxiv preprint).

I found a description of the conjecture online:
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A subset of the integers larger than 1 is primitive if no member divides another. Erdős proved in 1935 that \sum_{a\in A}\frac{1}{a\log(a)} for a running over a primitive set A is universally bounded over all choices for A. In 1988 he asked if this universal bound is attained for the set of prime numbers.
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