Benoit Cloitre wrote: >... >It seems interesting to have more properties of those numbers >S(n)=sum(1/k, 1<=k<=n, (k,n)=1) >... FYI. S(n) = (1/n) sum{k|n} mu(n/k) k H(k), where H(k) = sum{j=1 to k} 1/j. In other words, sum{k|n} k S(k) = n H(n). Easy stuff, but noteworthy. thanks, Leroy Quet