Publications of (and about) Paul Erdös
Autor: Erdös, Paul
Title: Problems and results on combinatorial number theory. II. (In English)
Source: J. Indian Math. Soc., New Ser. 40, 285-298 (1976).
Review: [Part I, cf. Survey comb. Theory, Sympos. Colorado State Univ., Colorado 1971, 117-138 (1973; Zbl 263.10001).]
The author discusses a number of interesting problems which he and many others have looked at in recent years. The article contains statements of these problems, a brief history of what is known, and some further references. Most of the problems are combinatorial in nature, and concern sequences having certain arithmetic properties. An easly stated example: For every n, is there an arithmetic progression no term of which is of the form 2k1+...+2kn+p, p a prime?
Reviewer: W.A.Webb (M.R.56,2902)
Classif.: * 11-02 Research monographs (number theory)
11B25 Arithmetic progressions
11Axx Elementary number theory
00A07 Problem books
Keywords: problems; combinatorial number theory; arithmetic progression
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