Representation of e in terms of primes


by cryptist
Tags: euler, primes, representation, riemann zeta, terms
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Jan30-14, 06:59 AM
P: 109
We can represent π, in terms of primes by using Euler's product form of Riemann Zeta.
For example ζ(2)=(π^2)/6= ∏ p^2/(p^2-1).

Likewise, is there a representation of e that is obtained by using only prime numbers?
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Feb4-14, 03:13 PM
P: 109
I guess there is no such known representation?


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