

A227694


Difference between pi(10^n) and nearest integer to (F[2n+1](S(n)))^2 where pi(10^n) = number of primes <= 10^n (A006880), F[2n+1](x) are Fibonacci polynomials of odd indices [2n+1] and S(n) = Sum_{i=0..2} (C(i)*(log(log(A*(B+n^2))))^(2i)) (see A227693).


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0, 0, 0, 0, 3, 29, 171, 2325, 13809, 33409, 443988, 8663889, 99916944, 927360109, 7318034084, 47993181878, 223530657736, 810207694, 16558446000251, 257071298610935, 2657469557986545, 18804132783879606, 24113768300809752, 2232929440358147845, 54971510676262602742
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A227693 provides exactly the values of pi(10^n) for n = 1 to 4 and yields an average relative difference in absolute value, average(abs(A227694(n))/pi(10^n)) = 1.58269...*10^4 for 1 <= n <= 25.
A227693 provides a better approximation to the distribution of pi(10^n) than: (1) the Riemann function R(10^n) as the sequence of integers nearest to R(10^n) (A057794), which yields 0.01219...; (2) the functions of the logarithmic integral Li(x) = Integral_{t=0..x} dt/log(t), whether as the sequence of integers nearest to (Li(10^n)  Li(3)) (A223166), which yields 0.0074969... (see A223167), or as Gauss's approximation to pi(10^n), i.e., the sequence of integers nearest to (Li(10^n)  Li(2)) (A190802), which yields 0.020116... (see A106313), or as the sequence of integer nearest to Li(10^n) (A057752), which yields 0.032486....


REFERENCES

Jonathan Borwein, David H. Bailey, Mathematics by Experiment, A. K. Peters, 2004, p. 65 (Table 2.2).
John H. Conway and R. K. Guy, The Book of Numbers, Copernicus, an imprint of SpringerVerlag, NY, 1996, page 144.


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