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Recall that [tex] \pi (x) [/tex], although infinite, may not be random, and itself starts out with an unrepeated sequence [tex] \pi (2)=1 [/tex] and [tex] \pi (3)=2 [/tex] (with a "slope" of 1).

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Recall that [tex] \pi (x) [/tex], although infinite, may not be random, and itself starts out with an unrepeated sequence [tex] \pi (2)=1 [/tex] and [tex] \pi (3)=2 [/tex] (with a "slope" of 1).

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Consider the n-1 numbers [tex]n!+k[/itex] where [itex]k=2,3,\cdots n[/tex]

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