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Thursday, February 11, 2016

**Abstract:** In classical prime number theory there are several asymptotic formulas that are said to be ``equivalent'' to the Prime Number Theorem. (This notion is colloquial, not mathematical: it means that the formulas can be deduced from each other by relatively simple arguments.) We show conditions under which analogues of these formulas do or do not hold for Beurling generalized numbers.