By Ulrich Kohlenbach
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Fq−1 is a list of function variables for any p, q ≥ 1): 28 2 Unwinding proofs (i) (Projections) F(x, f ) = xi (for i < p) and (Zero) F(x, f ) = 0, (ii) (Function application) F(x, f ) = fi (x j0 , . . , x jl−1 ) (for i < q and j0 , . . , jl−1 < p and fi of arity l), (iii) (Successor) F(x, f ) = xi + 1 (for i < p), (iv) (Substitution) F(x, f ) = G(H0 (x, f ), . . K0 (y, x, f ), . . K j−1 (y, x, f )), (v) (Primitive recursion) F(0, x, f ) = G(x, f ), F(y + 1, x, f ) = H(F(y, x, f ), y, x, f ).
Hence ∃n ≤ x(n is divisible by some prime p > pr ) and so ∃p(p prime ∧ pr < p ≤ 22r + 1 = 4r + 1). So we get again a bound g(r) := 4r + 1 which is exponential in r rather than pr . For another proof (in fact a variant of proof 3) see the exercise 1. Still further proofs can be found in . Discussion: 1) All three proofs provide more information than the mere fact that ‘there are infinitely many primes’ is true. By making their quantitative content explicit one can compare them with respect to their numerical quality.
Tn are terms and f is an n-ary function symbol, then f (t1 , . . ,tn ) is a term. Terms that do not contain any variables are called closed. Formulas: (i) If t1 , . . ,tn are terms and P an n-ary predicate symbol, then P(t1 , . . ,tn ) is a (prime) formula. Moreover, ⊥ is a (prime) formula. (ii) If A, B are formulas, then (A ∧ B), (A ∨ B) and (A → B) are formulas. 42 3 Intuitionistic and classical arithmetic in all finite types (iii) If A is a formula and x a variable, then (∀xA) and (∃xA) are formulas.
Applied Proof Theory: Proof Interpretations and their Use in Mathematics by Ulrich Kohlenbach