# Primorial

From Number

## Definition

Let be a natural number. The **primorial**, sometimes denoted , is defined as the product of the first prime numbers.

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is defined to be .

An alternate definition of primorial, called here the primorial of the second kind, is defined as the product of all the primes less than or equal to a given number. Note that the logarithm of the primorial of the second kind is the first Chebyshev function.

## Behavior

The ID of the sequence in the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences is A002110

### Initial values

The values of primorials at are respectively .

## Special properties

- The primorial is the smallest natural number with , where is the prime divisor count function.
- Every primorial is a minimum-so-far for the ratio of the Euler phi-function and the identity function.