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We denote by π(x) the number of prime numbers smaller than or equal to x, and decide that p will always denote a prime number.

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  1. G. Tenenbaum, Introduction à la théorie analytique et probabiliste des nombres, quatrième edn. (Belin, Paris, 2015)

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Rivat, J. (2018). Prime Numbers. In: Ferenczi, S., Kułaga-Przymus, J., Lemańczyk, M. (eds) Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems in their Interactions with Arithmetics and Combinatorics. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, vol 2213. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-74908-2_1

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