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This leads to the study of polynomial congruences modulo p in several variables, about which much is known thanks to the spectacular development of modern algebraic geometry (see, for example, the excellent monograph of Ireland and Rosen  for an introduction). 3 Prime estimates We can investigate in a similar way p −1 as p varies over the primes. More precisely, let k be a natural number and define for a k = 1 the quantity x k a = # p ≤ x p ≡ a mod k Then it is easily seen that p−1 = x 1 ≤x p≤x where we recall that denotes a rational prime.
1. 1 implies that t − log 2x # ≤ t∈ t∈ t − log 2x fa t provided that the denominator is positive. 4) To this end, let us remark that if all the powers of a and b are distinct, then the set has cardinality 2 log x (see Exercise 7). 4), and so we conclude that for some i0 j0 we have ai0 = bj0 We may even suppose that i0 j0 = 1 for otherwise we can take i0 j0 -th roots of both sides of the above equality. Let us write n= p p n p for the unique factorization of an integer n into prime powers. 3 The square sieve 21 Now take a prime divisor q of j0 t c for any t By Exercise 6 we deduce that fc q ≡ 0 mod j0 Thus j0 i0 and so b is a power of a as desired.
This establishes the Turán–Kubilius inequality for all complex-valued additive functions. 19. Show that the implied constant in the Turán–Kubilius inequality can be taken to be 32. 20. Show that the factor 32x implied by the previous exercise for the Turán–Kubilius inequality can be replaced by ⎞1/2 ⎛ a b⎟ ⎜ x = 2x + ⎝ p q ⎠ pa q b ≤x p=q 1 +4 a pa ≤x p Deduce that lim sup x→ x ≤2 x 1/2 q q b ≤x b 4 The Turán sieve In 1934, Paul Turán (1910–76) gave an extremely simple proof of the classical theorem of Hardy and Ramanujan about the normal number of prime factors of a given natural number.
An Introduction to Sieve Methods and Their Applications by Alina Carmen Cojocaru