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Aug
18
accepted Any correlation to Merten's function?
Aug
16
comment Any correlation to Merten's function?
@MarkusSchepke, It seems that the more $\lambda$ and $\mu$ become erratic, the less erratic are the differences.
Aug
16
revised Any correlation to Merten's function?
added comment about testing progress
Aug
16
comment Any correlation to Merten's function?
@MarkusSchepke, retested to 3M, found exceptions. Retested using $\epsilon=\frac{1}{32}$, no exceptions.
Aug
16
revised Any correlation to Merten's function?
improved title and syntax
Aug
15
revised Any correlation to Merten's function?
added clarification
Aug
15
asked Any correlation to Merten's function?
Aug
6
suggested rejected edit on Sum over subsets of a multiset
Jul
11
comment Under the Gregorian calendar, what days can never be Easter?
This calculation will work most of the time. In some religions, observers watch for the full moon and then name the date. Their full moon can be different from the astronomical full moon. (human error?)
Jul
11
accepted Are these partial sums and partial products absolutely convergent?
Jul
11
comment Are these partial sums and partial products absolutely convergent?
@GregMartin, should I have placed parentheses as you have?
Jul
11
asked Are these partial sums and partial products absolutely convergent?
Jul
10
accepted Is the relationship between these two sequences, identical but for signs, trivial?
Jul
10
revised Is the relationship between these two sequences, identical but for signs, trivial?
added alternate statement
Jul
10
comment Is the relationship between these two sequences, identical but for signs, trivial?
@MichaelHardy, possibly partial products?
Jul
10
comment Is the relationship between these two sequences, identical but for signs, trivial?
@MichaelHardy, I got the second line from OEIS,
Jul
10
comment Is the relationship between these two sequences, identical but for signs, trivial?
@MichaelHardy, second is good. The first is more complicated. We take the divisors of the product of the first $n$ primes. The we sum those divisors while applying the sign using $\mu$.
Jul
10
asked Is the relationship between these two sequences, identical but for signs, trivial?
Jun
3
revised Can you help with Syracuse (3x+1)/2 disjoint tree graph set-builder notation?
hid some complexity
Jun
2
revised Can you help with Syracuse (3x+1)/2 disjoint tree graph set-builder notation?
Fixed syntax, inserted wedges