Re: 3-smooth plus prime power
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"WarrenS" <warren.wds@...> wrote:
> F(x) = sum(over k) of x^k where k is 3-smoothThat does not seem to me to solve the problem, as posed.
> G(x) = sum(over k) of x^k where k is prime power
> H(x) = F(x)G(x) = sum(over k) of A_k x^k
> where A_k is number of representations of k as sum of prime-power
> plus 3-smooth.
Where is the if statment that a prime-power may not be re-used,
as Mark took care to confirm, in response to messages
by Jack and me?
Please read Mark's question and answer the same question.