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pseudot

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Hi,

I have been searching the web for this subject to see if the formula I stumbled on

is out there. This site came up often, so I registered.

Working with tables of the known primes < n and sum of primes < n SumP(n), I was able to

determine that SumP(n) ~ Pi(n^2). See

http://groups.google.com/group/sumprimes/web/sum-of-primes-formulas

Comments are welcome.

Regards,

Pseudot

I have been searching the web for this subject to see if the formula I stumbled on

is out there. This site came up often, so I registered.

Working with tables of the known primes < n and sum of primes < n SumP(n), I was able to

determine that SumP(n) ~ Pi(n^2). See

http://groups.google.com/group/sumprimes/web/sum-of-primes-formulas

Comments are welcome.

Regards,

Pseudot

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