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POWER-FREE VALUES OF THE POLYNOMIAL t1tr−1

  • PIERRE LE BOUDEC (a1)
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Let k,r≥2 be two integers. We prove an asymptotic formula for the number of k-free values of the r variables polynomial t1tr−1 over [1,x]r∩ℤr.

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