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Old 2017-09-26, 23:16   #45
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For example, if 4*P-5 is the max range for the output of the jacobsthal function applied to the product of the primes, then there must exist a prime between N^2 and (N+2)^2 for all N.
This is a weaker form of the Legendre's Conjecture
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Check out this attached link - where I graphed the ratio of J(P) divided by P. It certainly looks to be approaching 4.
I think it also looks a lot like y~log(x/2).
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I've only recently noted the changes to A048670. It's up to the 64th prime (311) now.
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Computation of a(62)-a(64) was supported by Google Cloud. - Andrzej Bozek, Mar 14 2021
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