Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics
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Volume 24, 2018, Number 2, Pages 71–73
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Positive integers that cannot be represented by a linear form with relatively prime coefficients and over nonnegative integers are finite in number. We describe a connection between the largest number in this set and the cardinality of this set. We also describe a connection with a subset related to this set.
- Frobenius number
2010 Mathematics Subject Classification
- Nijenhuis, M. &Wilf, H. S. (1972) Representation of integers by linear forms in nonnegative integers, J. Number Theory, 4, 98–106.
- Sylvester, J. J. (1884) Problem 7382, in W. J. C. Miller, ed., Mathematical Questions, with their Solutions, from the “Educational Times”, 41, 1884, p. 21. Solution by W. J. Curran Sharp.
- Tripathi, A. (2003) On a variation of the Coin Exchange Problem for Arithmetic Progressions, Integers, 3, Article A01, 5 pages.
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Tripathi, A. (2018). A note on the Frobenius and the Sylvester numbers. Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics, 24(2), 71-73, doi: 10.7546/nntdm.2018.24.2.71-73.Chicago
Tripathi, Amitabha. “A Note on the Frobenius and the Sylvester Numbers.” Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics 24, no. 2 (2018): 71-73, doi: 10.7546/nntdm.2018.24.2.71-73.MLA
Tripathi, Amitabha. “A Note on the Frobenius and the Sylvester Numbers.” Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics 24.2 (2018): 71-73. Print, doi: 10.7546/nntdm.2018.24.2.71-73.