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Old 2015-09-17, 18:07   #56
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The final page as promised.


http://www.mersenneforum.org/attachm...1&d=1442513118


That's the proof.

The rest of it shows that all series of reciprocals of a set of postive integers which has no a.p's more than 2 long is bounded
above by 6.

According to my reasoning that settles the case for 3 mentioned as being open on the wikipedia.

/* EDIT : I aught to say : this is because this sequence with no a.p's more than 2 long, is the sequence
whose associated series of reciprocals is bounded above by 6 and all other sequences with no a.p's
more than 2, have a series of reciprocals for which each term is dominated by the corresponding term
of the former. */
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Old 2015-09-17, 18:19   #57
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The final page as promised.


http://www.mersenneforum.org/attachm...1&d=1442513118


That's the proof.

The rest of it shows that all series of reciprocals of a set of postive integers which has no a.p's more than 2 long is bounded
above by 6.

According to my reasoning that settles the case for 3 mentioned as being open on the wikipedia.

/* EDIT : I aught to say : this is because this sequence with no a.p's more than 2 long, is the sequence
whose associated series of reciprocals is bounded above by 6 and all other sequences with no a.p's
more than 2, have a series of reciprocals for which each term is dominated by the corresponding term
of the former. */
I'm not responding mostly because I just suck at math in general.
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Old 2015-09-17, 18:26   #58
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Thanks for letting know. It's quite condensed maths but it's not too hard. I don't blame you though for not going to pains to
check it.
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