prime counting function

Mar 2019
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iran
pi(n) = n/ln(n) + n/ln^2(n) + n/ln^3(n) + ...
I think this is stronger than prime number theorem and closer to the true value of pi(n).
 
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Dec 2015
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Earth
It is similiar to \(\displaystyle \pi(x) \)~\(\displaystyle Li(x)\).