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Let's say the function is of a form

And it computes and discovers subsequent prime numbers directly without using any form of brute-force computation.If such a function is discovered, how ground-breaking would it be considered to the field of mathematics?

Also, even though it has not been discovered, does this F(x) function have a tentative name?

**F(x)**, where**F(n)**gives us the value of the n-th prime number, for all values of**n**.And it computes and discovers subsequent prime numbers directly without using any form of brute-force computation.If such a function is discovered, how ground-breaking would it be considered to the field of mathematics?

Also, even though it has not been discovered, does this F(x) function have a tentative name?

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