## 13. The factorial function and the Lambda* function

Almost certainly you already know the factorial function, indicated by x!, which is read as "x factorial" and for an…

Almost certainly you already know the factorial function, indicated by x!, which is read as "x factorial" and for an…

Prerequisites: Goldbach’s conjecture From prime numbers to dashed lines Periodicity and symmetry in linear dashed lines As already stated, our…

With this post we begin an analytical study of the function pi(x), that returns the number of primes less than…

We saw that the product of the first prime numbers can be overestimated by a function of exponential kind with…

We know that a way to compute the least common multiple between two or more integer numbers is based on…

A dashed line can be represented as a table having a fixed number of rows, and, potentially, infinite columns, numbered…

A way to start investigating the sequence of prime numbers is to consider, starting from the beginning, portions of increasing…

We start our study of prime numbers explaining the definition of prime number. It's commonly known that a prime number…

The statement phrased by Christian Goldbach is a "conjecture", so, as a matter of principle, it is a hypothesis. This…

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