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- Bertrand's postulate
- Chebyshev's inequality, on range of standard deviations around the mean, in statistics
- Chebyshev's sum inequality
- Chebyshev's equioscillation theorem
- The statement that if the function has a limit at infinity, then the limit is 1 (where π is the prime-counting function). This result has been superseded by the prime number theorem.
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