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This is strange... I can sort of proove this.

( n(1/2 + 1/3 + ... + 1/p

--> n = p

If it's true and I was the first to find the serie; can I name it after me?

In that case i would like to name my equation the EO-equation.

But p

Thereby it's a bit difficult to find really big primes, but anyway.

( n(1/2 + 1/3 + ... + 1/p

_{a}) - (1/3 + 2/5 + ... + (a-1)/p_{a}) minus all whole queries ) <= ½--> n = p

If it's true and I was the first to find the serie; can I name it after me?

In that case i would like to name my equation the EO-equation.

But p

_{a}is the last existing prime between the two numbers 1 and n.Thereby it's a bit difficult to find really big primes, but anyway.

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