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Topic: Sum(1/(p(i)*log(p(i))), i=1...infinity)=Pi/2 ????
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Re: Sum(1/(p(i)*log(p(i))), i=1...infinity)=Pi/2 ????
Posted: Sep 15, 2011 12:28 PM
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10*sum(1/((4+log(3)*Catalan)^i*prime(i)*log(prime(i))),i=1...infinity)

gets somewhat closer to Pi/2

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