I am fairly certain that [tex]\frac{n}{p_n}[/tex] is(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); notmonotone for any n, but I can't give a proof of it without assuming something at least as strong as the twin prime conjecture. I was wondering if anyone has some advice to prove this using known methods?

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# Sequence of ratios of primes and integers

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