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A problem on factors (Posted on 2007-07-16) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Let P(X,A) be the number of positive divisors of A not greater than X; for example, P(1,12)=1, P(2,12)=2, and P(12,12)=6.

1)If P(12,A)=7 and P(A,A)=10, what's A?
2)If x*y is a divisor of A, then show that P(x*y,A) ≥ P(x,A)+P(y,A)-1

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re: Part 1Praneeth Yalavarthi2007-07-16 12:11:36
Some ThoughtsPart 1Jer2007-07-16 10:57:36
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