integer

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integer

a whole number; not a fraction.
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n-1](n + 1)/2, where [n/2] is the interger part of the n/2.
Every relational and functional constant comes with an arity, which is a nonnegative interger, and which is considered to be part of the constant's identity.
An extension of the formula to count prime pairs (p, p + 2n); n > 1 and a positive interger is also given.