Let $n,k\in\mathbb{N}$ and let $p_{n}$ denote the $n$th prime number. We define $p_{n}^{(k)}$ recursively as $p_{n}^{(1)}:=p_{n}$ and $p_{n}^{(k)}=p_{p_{n}^{(k-1)}}$, that is, $p_{n}^{(k)}$ is the $p_{n}^{(k-1)}$th prime... (read more)

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