Number-Divisors Almost = ln(m) + 2c-1
Pfoertner, Hugo
Hugo.Pfoertner at muc.mtu.de
Wed Dec 3 12:02:34 CET 2003
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Leroy Quet [mailto:qq-quet at mindspring.com]
> Gesendet am: 02 December, 2003 03:18
> An: seqfan at ext.jussieu.fr
> Betreff: Number-Divisors Almost = ln(m) + 2c-1
>
> In the sci.math thread (posted about a month back) "two
> number-theoretical limits
> (& bonus sum)":
See http://mathforum.org/discuss/sci.math/a/t/549557
(replace the weird Google groups link)
> I figured (and Martin Cohen confirmed {referencing Hardy & Wright theorem
> 320}) that d(m), the number of positive divisors of m, was such that
>
> limit{n-> infinity} (1/n) (sum{m=1 to n} d(m)) - ln(n)
>
> = 2*c - 1, where c is Euler's constant (.5772...). (=gamma) A001620
This also makes a new sequence:
n such that abs ( (sum_m (m=1..n) d(m)) / n - log(n) - 2*gamma + 1) is a
decreasing sequence.
n delta
1 0.8455687
2 0.652421519
3 0.413623078
5 0.236130788
7 0.185372837
11 0.084037064
17 0.071178885
19 0.059024458
23 0.01442231
47 -0.004578902
89 -0.002618232
Neil: I erroneously wrote this as a comment for the other sequence
proposed by Leroy and extended by Hans Havermann submitted last night.
Please delete.
Hans: Could you again try to extend the sequence given above?
What about the ratio of primes / composites in this sequence?
Hugo Pfoertner
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