As we travel further up the number line, primes become more scarce.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

But, as n grows larger and larger, the range of numbers between n and 2n grows larger ad larger.

Do these two counteract each other? Does this cause the number of primes between n and 2n to stay relatively consistant, increase, or just shrink regardless?

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# Number of Primes Between n and 2n

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