[seqfan] Re: nonpowers in A001481
Joerg Arndt
arndt at jjj.de
Sun Jan 16 18:00:23 CET 2011
Me stupid. Mentally took zero-exponents as ones:
How about rewording the current
These are the numbers n = 2^i Product_{p == 3 mod 4} p^2j Product_{p
== 1 mod 4 } p^k where gcd of the nonzero exponents {i, 2j's, k's} is 1.
to
Numbers of the form 2^i * S^j * T^(2*k) where S is a product of
primes 4k+1, T a product of primes 4k+3, and i,j,k>=0, and
gcd(i, j, 2*k)==1.
?
...hoping the latter is correct as well.
* Charles Greathouse <charles.greathouse at case.edu> [Jan 16. 2011 17:42]:
> But for 9, gcd{i, 2j's, k's} = gcd {2} = 2 ≠ 1, so it shouldn't be a
> member. For 18, gcd{i, 2j's, k's} = gcd {1, 2} = 1 so it should be a
> member.
>
> Charles Greathouse
> Analyst/Programmer
> Case Western Reserve University
>
> [...]
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