Should √2 be a Prime Number?

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The Prime Number Puzzle, Concisely

Does Our Prime Question Make Sense?

From Wiki: (R) Real Numbers (left), (Q) Rational, (Z) Integer, (N) Natural numbers (right)

√2 and the Distribution of Primes

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Prime Counting Function From Wiki
Prime Number Theorem: pi(x) is the prime counting function and li(x) is the logarithmic integral function
Made with Geogebra: Primes are radii 2, 3, 5, and which are red, green, and blue respectively
Made with Geogebra: Red triangle rotated down to the x-axis

Prime Quest Update: Where Do We Stand?

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