[seqfan] Re: polynomial-to-product transform
Robert Israel
israel at math.ubc.ca
Sun Nov 9 23:41:32 CET 2008
I get a pretty fair fit to
a(i) = exp(2.19036803533774814*i^.647754651815683258)
which would indicate the limit should be 0.
Robert Israel israel at math.ubc.ca
Department of Mathematics http://www.math.ubc.ca/~israel
University of British Columbia Vancouver, BC, Canada
On Sun, 9 Nov 2008, zak seidov wrote:
> --- On Sun, 11/9/08, Neil Fernandez <primeness at borve.org> wrote:
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>> 1) a product-to-polynomial transform on the primes gives:
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>> (1+2x)(1+3x^2)(1+5x^3)(1+7x^4)(1+11x^5)...=
>> 1+2x+3x^2+11x^3+...
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>> and the sequence beginning
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>> {2,3,11,17,40,86,153,283,547,1069,1737,3238,5340,9574,17251,27897,45845,
>> 78601,126725,207153,...}
>>
>> Does a(n)/a(n-1) tend to a constant?
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> Up to n=2000,
> a(n)/a(n-1) is (more o less) monotonically decreasing
> with last 10 values:
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> a(n)/a(n-1) for n=1991-2000
> 1.099162919652222,
> 1.099142077551366,
> 1.0991212743371226,
> 1.0991004615883713,
> 1.0990796900413804,
> 1.0990589060030618,
> 1.0990381642409315,
> 1.099017411687622,
> 1.0989966981648613,
> 1.0989759756749997,
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