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 Apr 4 revised Estimates of $\Omega_{\text{av}}(n)$ added 40 characters in body Apr 3 revised Estimates of $\Omega_{\text{av}}(n)$ edited title Apr 3 asked Estimates of $\Omega_{\text{av}}(n)$ Apr 1 answered find $x$ given arbitrary $\pi(x)$ Mar 28 revised Why does zeta have infinitely many zeros in the critical strip? added 642 characters in body Mar 27 answered Why does zeta have infinitely many zeros in the critical strip? Mar 24 comment Consecutive prime numbers multiplication pattern Maybe just an indirect reflection of the distance between consecutive primes. Mar 18 comment Inequality for primes Use the prime number theorem and convenient error bounds. Mar 18 comment Sum of first n primes math.stackexchange.com/questions/1693478/… Mar 17 comment $(x+1)^2 + (y+1)^2 + xy(x+y+3)=2$ $(-2+1)^2+(0+1)^2+(-2)0(-2+0+3)=2$? Mar 17 comment $(x+1)^2 + (y+1)^2 + xy(x+y+3)=2$ Well, x = -2, y=0 is a solution. Mar 17 comment It is possible a Skewes number between twin primes? Can you discard such extreme question? There is no reason in principle why Li(x) cannot cross $\pi(x)$ between two twin primes. Li(x) has a positive slope. $\pi(x)$ is flat between primes. I don't follow your argument but if you are trying to use $n/\log n$ to make an argument about $\pi(n)$ between twin primes I do not think the error of the prime number theorem supports this. Mar 14 comment Analytic continuation for $\zeta(s)$ using finite sums? @PeterHumphries: Yes, this is the phrase. Thank you. Mar 13 comment We know the asymptotic density of primes. What about the asymptotic density of numbers with n prime factors? The generalized prime number theorem is set out in this question. math.stackexchange.com/questions/168307/…. Mar 13 comment Analytic continuation for $\zeta(s)$ using finite sums? Elegant answer, much appreciated (+1). Mar 13 comment Analytic continuation for $\zeta(s)$ using finite sums? Very interesting (+1) and will be studying this for a few days at least. Thanks. Mar 12 asked Analytic continuation for $\zeta(s)$ using finite sums? Mar 9 comment Looking for help on writing a mathematical argument clearly and concisely I am wondering if you can have equality in (3). If not then your conclusion is correct as given and I don't see a mistake. Feb 26 accepted Do all primes occur as a factor of $p_{k}-2$ for some k? Feb 26 asked Do all primes occur as a factor of $p_{k}-2$ for some k?