The prime number theorem and fragments ofP A

@article{Cornaros1994ThePN,
  title={The prime number theorem and fragments ofP A},
  author={Charalampos Cornaros and C. Dimitracopoulos},
  journal={Archive for Mathematical Logic},
  year={1994},
  volume={33},
  pages={265-281}
}
SummaryWe show that versions of the prime number theorem as well as equivalent statements hold in an arbitrary model ofIΔ0+exp. 
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