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Find the lim inf of p_n/n where p_n is the nth prime.

2. Relevant equations

Well p_n ~ n logn, but I'm not sure if a simple substitution would work. This question may be incredibly trivial or open, and I can't figure out which.

I'm also wondering if the sequence above is monotone decreasing for sufficiently large n (this is not true for small n).

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# Homework Help: Finding liminf of p_n/n where p_n = nth prime

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