Number Theory

Greatest Common Divisor / Lowest Common Multiple

Greatest Common Divisor / Lowest Common Multiple: Level 5 Challenges

         

I've posted a question, so to celebrate, I decided to play pool. Somehow my house has tables with holes at four corners of any dimensions. The ball and the holes are negligibly small (epsilon by epsilon).

My mathematical friend says, "I will give you a m×nm\times n rectangular table where m,nm, n are positive integers summing to 2015. It's up to me to decide. Hahaha. Then we will play." Then he will put the ball at one corner.

I am very bad at aiming, so I only have a machine that will shoot the ball at an angle of 45° to the sides of the table. My evil friend wants the ball to bounce as many times as possible before it reaches any hole so that the ball can lose as much kinetic energy as possible and leave me in suspense.

I calculate that the maximum number of bounces is MM.

For how many ordered pairs (m,n)(m, n) does the number of bounces equal MM?

Clarifications:

As an explicit example, a 1×21\times2 table needs 1 bounce, and a 2×32\times3 table needs 3 bounces. A 1×20141\times2014 table needs 2013 bounces.

You may make the assumption that we are decent mathematicians, although we can't play pool and do weird things. Note also that this is combinatorics, not computer science.

n=1gcd(n,2016)n2=abπ2\large \sum_{n=1}^\infty \dfrac{\gcd(n,2016)}{n^2}= \dfrac{a}{b}\pi^2

If the equation above holds true for positive integers aa and bb, find a+ba+b.

Clarification:
gcd(m,n)\gcd(m,n) denotes the greatest common divisor of mm and nn.

A positive integer nn is called ingenious if m=1ngcd(m,n) \displaystyle\sum_{m=1}^{n} \gcd (m,n) is a prime. Find the number of ingenious integers between 33 and 100100 (inclusive).

Details and assumptions

  • You may refer to this list of primes.

  • As an explicit example, when n=3,n=3, we have m=13gcd(m,3)=gcd(1,3)+gcd(2,3)+gcd(3,3)=5,\displaystyle\sum_{m=1}^{3} \gcd (m, 3) = \gcd (1, 3) + \gcd (2, 3) + \gcd (3, 3)= 5, which is a prime.

  • This problem was inspired by IMOSL 2004 N2.

A=2017406402017B=2017405442017 \Large A =2017^{40^{640}} - 2017 \qquad \qquad B = 2017^{40^{544}} - 2017

The greatest common divisor of AA and BB can be expressed in the form 2017xy2017\large 2017^{x^{y}} - 2017, where xx and yy are integers.

Submit your answer as xy\overline{xy}, which is the concatenation of the digits of xx and yy. For example, if x=10x = 10 and y=12y = 12, then xy=1012\overline{xy} = 1012.

Find the largest integer nn such that nn is divisible by all positive integers less than n4\sqrt[4]{n}.

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