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 A100450 Number of ordered triples (i,j,k) with |i| + |j| + |k| <= n and GCD{i,j,k} <= 1. 17
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 OFFSET 0,2 COMMENTS Note that GCD{0,m} = m for any m. From Robert Price, Mar 05 2013: (Start) Distinct sums i+j+k with or without the GCD qualifier results in a(n)=2n+1 (A005408). Distinct products i*j*k without the GCD qualifier is given by A213207. Distinct products i*j*k with    the GCD qualifier is given by A213208. With the restriction i,j,k >= 0 ...   Distinct sums or products equal to n is trivial and always equals one (A000012).   Distinct sums <=n results in a(n)=n (A001477).   Distinct products <=n without the GCD qualifier is given by A213213.   Distinct products <=n with    the GCD qualifier is given by A213212.   Ordered triples with the sum =n without the GCD qualifier is A000217(n+1).   Ordered triples with the sum =n with    the GCD qualifier is A048240.   Ordered triples with the sum <=n without the GCD qualifier is A000292.   Ordered triples with the sum <=n with    the GCD qualifier is A048241. (End) This sequence (A100450) without the GCD qualifier results in A001845. - Robert Price, Jun 04 2013 LINKS Alois P. Heinz, Table of n, a(n) for n = 0..1000 FORMULA G.f.: (3+Sum(moebius(k)*((1+x^k)/(1-x^k))^3, k=1..infinity))/(1-x). - Vladeta Jovovic, Nov 22 2004. [Sketch of proof: Let b(n) = number of ordered triples (i, j, k) with |i| + |j| + |k| = n and GCD{i, j, k}<= 1. Then a(n) = A100450(n) = partial sums of b(n) and Sum_{d divides n} b(d) = 4*n^2+2 = A005899(n) with g.f. ((1+x)/(1-x))^3.] MAPLE f:=proc(n) local i, j, k, t1, t2, t3; t1:=0; for i from -n to n do for j from -n to n do t2:=gcd(i, j); for k from -n to n do if abs(i) + abs(j) + abs(k) <= n then t3:=gcd(t2, k); if t3 <= 1 then t1:=t1+1; fi; fi; od: od: od: t1; end; MATHEMATICA f[n_] := Length[ Union[ Flatten[ Table[ If[ Abs[i] + Abs[j] + Abs[k] <= n && GCD[i, j, k] <= 1, {i, j, k}, {0, 0, 0}], {i, -n, n}, {j, -n, n}, {k, -n, n}], 2]]]; Table[ f[n], {n, 0, 40}] (* Robert G. Wilson v, Dec 14 2004 *) CROSSREFS Cf. A000124, A000292, A018805, A027430, A048240, A048241, A100448, A100449, A213207, A213208, A213212, A213213. Sequence in context: A027523 A100545 A203165 * A155423 A155347 A155385 Adjacent sequences:  A100447 A100448 A100449 * A100451 A100452 A100453 KEYWORD nonn,easy AUTHOR N. J. A. Sloane, Nov 21 2004 EXTENSIONS The keyword "more" refers to the fact that I would also like to get the sequences of the numbers of distinct sums i+j+k (also distinct products i*j*k) over all ordered triples (i,j,k) with |i| + |j| + |k| <= n; also over all ordered triples (i,j,k) with |i| + |j| + |k| <= n and GCD{i,j,k} <= 1. Also the sequences of the numbers of distinct sums i+j+k (also distinct products i*j*k) over all ordered triples (i,j,k) with i >= 0, j >= 0, k >= 0 and i + j + k = n; also over all ordered triples (i,j,k) with i >= 0, j >= 0, k >= 0, i + j + k = n and GCD{i,j,k} <= 1. Also the number of ordered triples (i,j,k) with i >= 0, j >= 0, k >= 0, i + j + k = n and GCD{i,j,k} <= 1. See the Comments section for sequences that address these extensions. - Robert Price, Mar 05 2013 STATUS approved

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