Using this formula the prime numbers should distribute themselves in a seemly chaotic balancing act between the negative and positive axis on your graph.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

like this.

http://www.pyramidus.org/Images/DistributionFunction.jpg [Broken]

And the formula.

1/2*((-1+abs(prime(n))+abs(prime(1+n)))*(abs(prime(n))+abs(prime(1+n)))-(-1+abs(prime(2+n))+abs(prime(3+n)))*(abs(prime(2+n))+abs(prime(3+n)))-(-1+abs(prime(4+n))+abs(prime(5+n)))*(abs(prime(4+n))+abs(prime(5+n)))+(-1+abs(prime(6+n))+abs(prime(7+n)))*(abs(prime(6+n))+abs(prime(7+n)))-2*prime(1+n)+2*prime(3+n)+2*prime(5+n)-2*prime(7+n))

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# A Distribution Analysis formula.

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