Andrew Mobbs (mobbsy) wrote,
Andrew Mobbs
mobbsy

I've recently needed to produce various prime numbers close to n,000,000 for various n (the requirement was giving a number of buckets in a hash table). For amusement, I've just had a look at the frequency distribution of (first prime above n,000,000) - n,000,000 for 1≤n≤1,000:



No idea if this means anything, but it looks interesting.
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