Volume 2, 1996, Number 1

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On certain inequalities involving Dedekind’s arithmetical function
Original research paper. Pages 1–4
József Sándor
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Remark on φ and ψ functions
Original research paper. Pages 5–6
Krassimir T. Atanassov
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Two asymptotic formulas related to bi-unitary divisors
Original research paper. Pages 7–14
Antal Bege
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More explanations about Baica’s proof of Fermat’s last theorem
Original research paper. Pages 15–19
Malvina Baica
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In this paper the author will answer some questions raised at some various professional conferences and meetings when she presented her proof [1] of Fermat’s Last Theorem.

The Euclidean character of the Fermat’s last theorem
Original research paper. Pages 20–23
Malvina Baica
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In this paper the author is expressing her genuine concern about the proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem in the Geometry of the Elliptic Curves or Elliptic Variety which may not be equivalent to the result in the Euclidean Geometry or Euclidean Variety, where Fermat’s Last Theorem was initially originated, about three hundred fifty years ago.

On two arithmetic sets
Original research paper. Pages 24–27
Krassimir Atanassov and Mladen Vassilev-Missana
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Note on some classical arithmetic functions
Original research paper. Pages 28–32
Mladen V. Vassilev-Missana
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The anatomy of even exponent Pythagorean triples
Original research paper. Pages 33–52
J. V. Leyendekkers, J. M. Rybak and A. G. Shannon
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This paper uses a novel approach to analyse the Diophantine equation d2n = e2n + f2n in a number of ways for even and odd n, and with the use of the equivalence classes of the modular ring 6, the characteristics of primitive Pythagorean triples and right-most digit patterns.

The Goldbach problem (II)
Original research paper. Pages 53–68
Aldo Peretti
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It is studied in first place the function s(t)=\sum\sum \log p_1 \log p_2, where the sum is extended for all prime numbers pi such that p_1^m+p_2^n=t. Are proed formulas (14) and(26), which express its value in terms of Chebyshev’s function \psi(x). In this way is obtained formula (38), that gives the asymptotic value of s(t) with a new ”singular” series which runs through the zeros of the Zeta function, but that at present can not be evaluated in a sufficiently accurate form. In second place, for the function \nu(t)=\sum\sum \log p_1 \log p_2 (with p_1+p_2=t), already considered by Hardy-Littlewood in ”Partitio Numerorum III” (P.N.III), is proved the exact formula \frac{\nu(t+0)+\nu(t-0)}{2} = \Delta^{2)}

    where \Delta^{2)}^ = second difference;
    \mathcal{L} and \mathcal{L}^{-1} are the direct and inverse Laplace transforms;
    \nu(x) = \sum \log p (p \leq x)

The circle method applied in P.N.III is equivalent to determine \mathcal{L}^{-1} through the complex inversion formula along a Bromwich contour. But it is evident that is much preferable to employ tables of direct and inverse transforms because the functions in­volved are elementary; because is obtained an exact expression for the remainder, and because all the calculus is by far more simple. One arrive thus to the unconditional formula (130), which very closely resembles the famous conjecture A of P.N.III.

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