Here it is a long list of sequences, functions, unsolved problems, conjectures, theorems, relationships, operations, etc. Some of them are inter-connected. 1) Consecutive Sequence: 1,12,123,1234,12345,123456,1234567,12345678,123456789,12345678910, 1234567891011,123456789101112,12345678910111213,... How many primes are there among these numbers? In a general form, the Consecutive Sequence is considered in an arbitrary numeration base B.
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