It is known that prime numbers become sparser and sparser, with the average distance between one prime number and the next increasing as n approaches infinity. Dividing an even number by 2 results in a bottom half from 1 to n / 2 and a top half from n / 2 to n. For a particular sufficiently large n, would the top half from n / 2 to n no longer contains any prime numbers?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Question about density of prime numbers?

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