Given 2 integers L and R, the task is to find out the number of integers in the range [L, R] such that they are completely divisible by their Euler totient value.
Input: L = 2, R = 3
(2) = 2 => 2 % (2) = 0 (3) = 2 => 3 % (3) = 1
Hence 2 satisfies the condition.
Input: L = 12, R = 21
Only 12, 16 and 18 satisfy the condition.
Approach: We know that the euler totient function of a number is given as follows:
Rearranging the terms, we get:
If we take a close look at the RHS, we observe that only 2 and 3 are the primes that satisfy n %
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
- Probability of Euler's Totient Function in a range [L, R] to be divisible by M
- Count of elements having Euler's Totient value one less than itself
- Euler's Totient Function
- Euler's Totient function for all numbers smaller than or equal to n
- Optimized Euler Totient Function for Multiple Evaluations
- Check if Euler Totient Function is same for a given number and twice of that number
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- Count of pairs in a given range with sum of their product and sum equal to their concatenated number
- Number of integers in a range [L, R] which are divisible by exactly K of it's digits
- Count integers in the range [A, B] that are not divisible by C and D
- Possible values of Q such that, for any value of R, their product is equal to X times their sum
- Count of integers in a range which have even number of odd digits and odd number of even digits
- Count numbers in range 1 to N which are divisible by X but not by Y
- Count of numbers in range which are divisible by M and have digit D at odd places
- Count of numbers in a range that does not contain the digit M and which is divisible by M.
- Ways to form an array having integers in given range such that total sum is divisible by 2
- Highly Totient Number
- Perfect totient number
- Sum of product of all integers upto N with their count of divisors
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