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Using wolfram the first 100 results are these

heres a plot of a couple points

As you can see it doesn't seem to be approaching exactly zero, even though its very similar to 1/x (exactly the same if you replace P_{n}with just n)

Is there any way to prove whether this does approach 0 or some constant, or is it possible to make a program to approximate it to some extremely large n, to see if its approaching zero or some constant.

Thanks in advance, and sorry if the answer is obvious

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# A prime limit that seems to approach a constant

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