Groups of primes in the infinite set

Because of appearing consecutive primes of any class independently


Total number of such groups equal to the half of the total number of primes

Number of G 0 equal to the total number of groups of primes of the same class, i.e. to the half of the total number of primes 

Number of V 0 equal to the total number of single primes, i.e. 1/4 of all variations



the ratio of  V+ or V- to V0
and, the same,
the ratio of coefficients for V~ and V0 in the formula of distribution of proportions of variations' absolute values for the infinite set of primes is equal


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