Integral Sequences of Infinite Length Whose Terms Are Relatively Prime

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Abstract

It is given in Weil and Rosenlicht ([1], p. 15) that (resp. 2) for all non-negative integers m and n with m≠n if c is any even (resp. odd) integer. In the present paper we generalize this. Our purpose is to give other integral sequences such that G.C.D.(ym,yn)=1 for all positive integers m and n with m≠n. Roughly speaking we show the following 1) and 2). 1) There are infinitely many polynomial sequences such that G.C.D.(fm(a),fn(a))=1 for all positive integers m and n with with m≠n and infinitely many rational integers a. 2) There are polynomial sequences such that G.C.D.(gm(a,b),gn(a,b))=1 for all positive integers m and n with m≠n and arbitrary (rational or odd) integers a and b with G.C.D.(a,b)=1. Main results of the present paper are Theorems 1 and 2, and Corollaries 3, 4 and 5.

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K. Hatada, "Integral Sequences of Infinite Length Whose Terms Are Relatively Prime," Advances in Pure Mathematics, Vol. 3 No. 1, 2013, pp. 24-28. doi: 10.4236/apm.2013.31005.

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