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euler function problem
Below is the question and my code. I don't know why its not working need some help
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Let S(n,m) = ∑φ(n × i) for 1 ≤ i ≤ m. (φ is Euler's totient function)
You are given that S(510510,10^6 )= 45480596821125120.
Find S(510510,10^11).
Java Code:import java.math.BigInteger; public class TotientSum { private static final int n = 510510; private static String calculateSum(){ BigInteger sum = null; for(BigInteger i= BigInteger.valueOf(10).pow(11);i.compareTo(BigInteger.ONE)>0;i =i.subtract(BigInteger.ONE)){ sum=sum.add(totient(i.multiply(BigInteger.valueOf(n)))); } return sum.toString(); } private static BigInteger totient(BigInteger num) { int count = 0; for (BigInteger a = BigInteger.ONE; a.compareTo(num)<0; a=a.add(BigInteger.ONE)) { if (gcd(num, a) == BigInteger.ONE) { count++; } } return (BigInteger.valueOf(count)); } private static BigInteger gcd(BigInteger p, BigInteger q) { while (q != BigInteger.ZERO) { BigInteger temp = q; q = p.mod(q); p = temp; } return p; } public static void main(String[] args) { System.out.println(calculateSum()); } }
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Re: euler function problem
Try using:
Java Code:if (gcd(num, a).equals(BigInteger.ONE)) { count++; }
Java Code:if (gcd(num, a) == BigInteger.ONE) { count++; }
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 06162013, 04:23 PM #3
Re: euler function problem
... and a similar construct in line 25.
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 06162013, 04:37 PM #5
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Get this straight: using == or != to compare object types is just plain wrong. Use equals(...) and !...equals(...).
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Re: euler function problem
Good catch! I didn't see that first time thru. Was getting ready to respond....
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When I have problems like this I usually put print statements thru out the program to see if they are even close to satisfying my conditionals (among other things). What type of debugging have you done?
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Re: euler function problem
I think you should apply a bit of math instead of trying to solve that bloody thing by brute force; for one thing: phi(n*m) == phi(n)*phi(m)*g/phi(g) where g == gcd(n, m), also 10^11 == 2^11*5^11 ... and phi(2) == 1 and phi(5) == 4
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Re: euler function problem
Java Code:import java.math.BigInteger; /** * * @author CodeX Pro */ public class TotientSum { private static BigInteger n = BigInteger.valueOf(510510); private static String calculateSum() { BigInteger sum = BigInteger.ZERO; for (BigInteger i = BigInteger.ONE; i.compareTo(BigInteger.valueOf(10).pow(11)) < 0; i = i.add(BigInteger.ONE)) { BigInteger m = (totient(n).multiply(totient(i))).multiply((gcd(n, i).divide(totient(gcd(n, i))))); //System.out.println(m); sum = sum.add(m); //System.out.println(sum); } return sum.toString(); } private static BigInteger totient(BigInteger num) { int count = 0; for (BigInteger a = BigInteger.ONE; a.compareTo(num) < 1; a = a.add(BigInteger.ONE)) { if (gcd(num, a).equals(BigInteger.ONE)) { count++; } } return (BigInteger.valueOf(count)); } private static BigInteger gcd(BigInteger p, BigInteger q) { while (!q.equals(BigInteger.ZERO)) { BigInteger temp = q; q = p.mod(q); p = temp; } return p; } public static void main(String[] args) { System.out.println(calculateSum()); } }
Okay I did so I have read it on wiki and used the formula still its not giving the output. Its taking a long time.
What did you meant to say by this "also 10^11 == 2^11*5^11 ... and phi(2) == 1 and phi(5) == 4" , I didn't get this partLast edited by CodeX Pro; 06162013 at 08:01 PM.
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ReasonDecided to let Jos explain it
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Re: euler function problem
Sorry. I started to provide some review on algebra and number theory but I was going down a black hole. And I couldn't tie what you said to an immediate solution at the time. So I didn't want to mislead the OP. And it was midnight here and I was tired.
I enjoy this stuff so I will work on it some. But after putting in some print statements I am uncertain this would finish in my lifetime. Iterating from 1 to 510510 x 10E11 by itself could take a while (I didn't time it). But to successively do that over and over again using the GCD and PHI algorithms just looked like it would take forever.
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Re: euler function problem
I'm too lazy for this puzzle; all I figured out was phi(10^n) == 4*10^(n1) (all numbers ending with a 1, 3, 7 or 9 are odd and relatively prime to 5) but I fear the untangled mess for the other number ;) but I don't think BigIntegers are needed; longs will do (< lazy guess)
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Re: euler function problem
OK, I did the following simple loop with no internal calculations:
Java Code:long time = System.nanoTime(); for (long k = 0; k < 510_510_000L; k++) { } System.out.printf("%5.2f%n", ((double)System.nanoTime()  time)/1_000_000_000);
Assuming I understand the problem, the number you are trying to find involves 510_510_000 x 10e8 time consuming iterations. But to just run an empty loop would take:
2 seconds * 10E8 = approx 63 years.
So you need to find a better algorithm.
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Re: euler function problem
Yep, that many calculations are a waste of time; I found a few other things that might help: a simple one: 510510 == 2*3*5*7*11*13*17 (the first seven prime numbers) and a more general one:
let p1, p2, p3 ... be the unique prime divisors of n, then phi(n) == n*(11/p1)*(11/p2)*(11/p3) ...
this little problem is nagging me and a brute force approach as suggested by the OP is a nono ...
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