Summation of GCD of all the pairs up to N

Given a number N, find sum of all GCDs that can be formed by selecting all the pairs from 1 to N.
Examples:

Input  : 4
Output : 7
Explanation:
Numbers from 1 to 4 are: 1, 2, 3, 4
Result = gcd(1,2) + gcd(1,3) + gcd(1,4) +
gcd(2,3) + gcd(2,4) + gcd(3,4)
= 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 1
= 7

Input  : 12
Output : 105

Input  : 1
Output : 0

Input  : 2
Output : 1

Recommended: Please try your approach on {IDE} first, before moving on to the solution.

A Naive approach is to run two loops one inside the other. Select all pairs one by one, find GCD of every pair and then find sum of these GCDs. Time complexity of this approach is O(N2 * log(N))

Efficient Approach is based on following concepts:

• Euler’s Totient function ?(n) for an input n is count of numbers in {1, 2, 3, …, n} that are relatively prime to n, i.e., the numbers whose GCD (Greatest Common Divisor) with n is 1. For example, ?(4) = 2, ?(3) = 2 and ?(5) = 4. There are 2 numbers smaller or equal to 4 that are relatively prime to 4, 2 numbers smaller or equal to 3 that are relatively prime to 3. And 4 numbers smaller than or equal to 5 that are relatively prime to 5.
• The idea is to convert given problem into sum of Euler Totient Functions.

Sum of all GCDs where j is a part of
pair is and j is greater element in pair:
Sumj = ?(i=1 to j-1) gcd(i, j)
Our final result is
Result = ?(j=1 to N) Sumj

The above equation can be written as :
Sumj = ? g * count(g)
For every possible GCD 'g' of j. Here count(g)
represents count of pairs having GCD equals to
g. For every such pair(i, j), we can write :
gcd(i/g, j/g) = 1

We can re-write our previous equation as
Sumj = ? d * phi(j/d)
For every divisor d of j and phi[] is Euler
Totient number

Example : j = 12 and d = 3 is one of divisor
of j so in order to calculate the sum of count
of all pairs having 3 as gcd we can simple write
it as
=> 3*phi[12/3]
=> 3*phi
=> 3*2
=> 6

Therefore sum of GCDs of all pairs where 12 is
greater part of pair and 3 is GCD.
GCD(3, 12) + GCD(9, 12) = 6.

Complete Example :
N = 4
Sum1 = 0
Sum2 = 1 [GCD(1, 2)]
Sum3 = 2 [GCD(1, 3) + GCD(2, 3)]
Sum4 = 4 [GCD(1, 4) + GCD(3, 4) + GCD(2, 4)]

Result = Sum1 + Sum2 + Sum3 + Sum4
= 0 + 1 + 2 + 4
= 7

Below is the implementation of above idea. We pre-compute Euler Totient Functions and result for all numbers till a maximum value. The idea used in implementation is based this post.

C++

 // C++ approach of finding sum of GCD of all pairs #include using namespace std;    #define MAX 100001    // phi[i] stores euler totient function for i // result[j] stores result for value j long long phi[MAX], result[MAX];    // Precomputation of phi[] numbers. Refer below link // for details : https://goo.gl/LUqdtY void computeTotient() {     // Refer https://goo.gl/LUqdtY     phi = 1;     for (int i=2; i

Java

 // Java approach of finding  // sum of GCD of all pairs. import java.lang.*;    class GFG {        static final int MAX = 100001;    // phi[i] stores euler totient function for i // result[j] stores result for value j static long phi[] = new long[MAX]; static long result[] = new long[MAX];    // Precomputation of phi[] numbers. // Refer below link for details : // https://goo.gl/LUqdtY static void computeTotient() {            // Refer https://goo.gl/LUqdtY     phi = 1;     for (int i = 2; i < MAX; i++) {     if (phi[i] == 0) {         phi[i] = i - 1;         for (int j = (i << 1); j < MAX; j += i) {         if (phi[j] == 0)             phi[j] = j;            phi[j] = (phi[j] / i) * (i - 1);         }     }     } }    // Precomputes result for all // numbers till MAX static void sumOfGcdPairs() {            // Precompute all phi value     computeTotient();        for (int i = 1; i < MAX; ++i) {                // Iterate throght all the      // divisors of i.     for (int j = 2; i * j < MAX; ++j)         result[i * j] += i * phi[j];     }        // Add summation of previous calculated sum     for (int i = 2; i < MAX; i++)     result[i] += result[i - 1]; }    // Driver code public static void main(String[] args) {            // Function to calculate sum of      // all the GCD pairs     sumOfGcdPairs();        int N = 4;     System.out.println("Summation of " + N +                          " = " + result[N]);     N = 12;     System.out.println("Summation of " + N +                           " = " + result[N]);     N = 5000;     System.out.print("Summation of " + N +                        " = " + +result[N]); } }    // This code is contributed by Anant Agarwal.

Python3

 # Python approach of finding # sum of GCD of all pairs MAX = 100001    # phi[i] stores euler  # totient function for  # i result[j] stores  # result for value j phi =  * MAX result =  * MAX    # Precomputation of phi[] # numbers. Refer below link # for details : https://goo.gl/LUqdtY def computeTotient():        # Refer https://goo.gl/LUqdtY     phi = 1     for i in range(2, MAX):         if not phi[i]:             phi[i] = i - 1             for j in range(i << 1, MAX, i):                 if not phi[j]:                     phi[j] = j                 phi[j] = ((phi[j] // i) *                            (i - 1))    # Precomputes result  # for all numbers  # till MAX def sumOfGcdPairs():            # Precompute all phi value     computeTotient()        for i in range(MAX):                    # Iterate throght all          # the divisors of i.         for j in range(2, MAX):             if i * j >= MAX:                 break             result[i * j] += i * phi[j]        # Add summation of      # previous calculated sum     for i in range(2, MAX):         result[i] += result[i - 1]    # Driver code # Function to calculate  # sum of all the GCD pairs sumOfGcdPairs()    N = 4 print("Summation of",N,"=",result[N]) N = 12 print("Summation of",N,"=",result[N]) N = 5000 print("Summation of",N,"=",result[N])    # This code is contributed  # by Sanjit_Prasad.

C#

 // C# approach of finding  // sum of GCD of all pairs. using System;    class GFG {        static int MAX = 100001;    // phi[i] stores euler totient // function for i result[j] // stores result for value j static long []phi = new long[MAX]; static long []result = new long[MAX];    // Precomputation of phi[] numbers. // Refer below link for details : // https://goo.gl/LUqdtY static void computeTotient() {            // Refer https://goo.gl/LUqdtY     phi = 1;     for (int i = 2; i < MAX; i++) {     if (phi[i] == 0) {         phi[i] = i - 1;         for (int j = (i << 1); j < MAX; j += i) {         if (phi[j] == 0)             phi[j] = j;            phi[j] = (phi[j] / i) * (i - 1);         }     }     } }    // Precomputes result for all // numbers till MAX static void sumOfGcdPairs() {            // Precompute all phi value     computeTotient();        for (int i = 1; i < MAX; ++i) {                // Iterate throght all the      // divisors of i.     for (int j = 2; i * j < MAX; ++j)         result[i * j] += i * phi[j];     }        // Add summation of previous      // calculated sum     for (int i = 2; i < MAX; i++)     result[i] += result[i - 1]; }    // Driver code public static void Main() {            // Function to calculate sum of      // all the GCD pairs     sumOfGcdPairs();        int N = 4;     Console.WriteLine("Summation of " + N +                       " = " + result[N]);     N = 12;     Console.WriteLine("Summation of " + N +                        " = " + result[N]);     N = 5000;     Console.Write("Summation of " + N +                    " = " + +result[N]); } }    // This code is contributed by Nitin Mittal.

PHP



Output:

Summation of 4 = 7
Summation of 12 = 105
Summation of 5000 = 61567426

Time complexity: O(MAX*log(log MAX))
Auxiliary space: O(MAX)

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