# On limits and formulae where functions of slow increase appear

Rafael Jakimczuk
Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics
Print ISSN 1310–5132, Online ISSN 2367–8275
Volume 23, 2017, Number 4, Pages 42—51

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### Authors and affiliations

Rafael Jakimczuk
División Matemática, Universidad Nacional de Luján
Buenos Aires, Argentina

### Abstract

Let An be a strictly increasing sequence of positive integers such that Annsf(n), where f(x) is a function of slow increase and s is a positive real number. In this article we obtain some limits and asymptotic formulae where appear functions of slow increase. As example, we apply the obtained results to the sequence of numbers with exactly k prime factors in their prime factorization, in particular to the sequence of prime numbers (k = 1).

### Keywords

• Functions of slow increase
• Integer sequences
• The e number
• Limits
• Numbers with a fixed number of primes in their prime factorization

• 11A99
• 11B99

### References

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## Cite this paper

APA

Jakimczuk, R. (2017). On Limits and Formulae where Functions of Slow Increase Appear. Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics, 23(4), 42-51.

Chicago

Jakimczuk, Rafael. “On Limits and Formulae where Functions of Slow Increase Appear.” Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics 23, no. 4 (2017): 42-51.

MLA

Jakimczuk, Rafael. “On limits and formulae where functions of slow increase appear.” Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics 23.4 (2017): 42-51. Print.