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If q > 0 is chosen small enough (depending only on L and e) and X is large, IR(x)I < 1 for0
We are going to have to study (1/x)logIRj(x)I for the products R j(z) constructed in the preceding article. For this purpose, frequent use will be made of the IX B Converse to Polya's gap theorem; general case 30 Lemma. If 2 > 0, x-2 8 is < 0 for0
If the parameter q > 0 is taken sufficiently small (depending only on L and e), (1/x) log I R;(x) I is decreasing for x 3 YY provided that X; is large enough. Proof. Y] x x + nL - log Y- We are going to make essential use of the property n(Y) - n(t) < e(Y - t), X S t < Y (see theorem of article 2). Since 1/L > e, we have a picture like the following: A,(') n(Y) I 1t4 t5 Figure 163 3 L 2 t4 tj tz t ? LI Y1 L Number the members of AO in [X, Y] downwards, calling the largest of those A' , the next largest A' , and so forth.
The Logarithmic Integral. Volume 2 by Paul Koosis