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1 THE MONOTONY OF SMARANDACHE FUNCTONS OF FRST KND by on Bllcenoiu Department of Mathematics, University of Craiova Craiova (J 100). Romania Smarandache functions offirst kind are defined in [J thus: S,,:~ ~~, ~(k) = 1 and S,,(k) = max {Sp. (ij.k)}, l:5jsr J where n = p~t. Jlz.2,, 1: and SPi are functions defined in [4]. They L 1 - standardise (~, +) in (~, 50, +) in the ~ense that L : max {S,,(a),S,,(b)} 50 S,,(a +b) 50 S,,(a) + S,,(b) foreverya,bejr add k2-standardise (~,+) in (~,5o,.) by L2: max (S,,(a),S,,(b)} s. S,,(a+b) 50 S,,(a) S,,(b), for every a,b ENe n [2] it is prooved that the functions S" are increasing and the sequence {S,J }ien- also increasing. t is also proved that if p. q are prime numbers., then is wherei e~. t would be used in this paper the formula 1. Proposition. Let p be a prime number and kl,k" e ~. f e,. < k" then itt S. i t2 where itt,it,. are defined by (1). Proof t is known that S,:~ ~ ~ and S,(k) = pk for k s. p. f S,(k) = mpa with m, a e ~,(m, p) = 1. there exist a consecutive numbers: n,n +,...,n+ a- so that k e{n.n+... n+ a-} and S,(n) = S,(n+ 1) =... = S(n+ a-), 39

2 this means that S p is stationed the a- steps (k ~ k + 1). f k, < s and Sp(k,) = Sp('s). because Sp(k,) = p(k, -ik,). Sp('s) = p(1s -i's) it results it. < it:. f e, < e,. and S p (e, ) < Sp ('s). it is easy to see that we can write: it, = /3, + r ( a-) '" mp'" <Sp(k,)' then /3 1 E{O, a-l} and where mp'" <Sp(ls) A E{O a-l}. where Now is obviously that e, <e,. and Sp(le,) <Sp(le,.) ~ it,s-it:. We note that, for e, < e,. it. = it: iff Sp(k l ) < Sp(le,.) and {mp"'la> 1 and mp'" S- Sp(e,)} = {mp"'la> 1 and mp'" <Sp(le,.)} 2. Proposition.Jfp is a prime number and p ~ S. then Sp > S~l and Sp > Sp+l' Proof Because p - 1 < p it results that Sri < S p' Of course p + 1 is even and so: (i) if p + 1 = Z. then i > 2 and because 2i < Z -1 = P we have Sp+l < Sp- (11) if p+ 1 ~ i. let p+ 1 = p~1. p;2.. P';. then Sp+(k) = max{s 'j (k)} = S i. (k) = SJs" P j p. = Sp. (i", k). Sp+l < Sp- Because p", i", S : S- p+ 1 < P it results that S i 2 P: (k) < Sp(k) for k eff, so that 3. Proposition. Let p.q be prime numbers and the sequences of functions f p < q and i S j, then S; < SqJ. Proof Evidently, if p < q and i S j, then for every k e Jt so. S (k) S S pi (k) < Sqj (k) S < SqJ 4. Definition. Let p.q be prime numbers. We consider a function Sr' a sequence of junctions {S; }iene, and we note: i(j) = ~{is; <Sr} 40

3 then {k E Nli U ) < k < P )} = ~r J = ~(. ) defines the interference zone of the junction S J (q ) J q with the sequence {S }. P len" 5. Renuuqlle. a) f S qj < S, for i EN", then no\\ exists tlj and pj= 1. and we say that S qj is separately of the sequence of functions {S }. P len" b) f there exist k EN" so that S,t < SqJ < S,t+1, then ~,(qj> = 0 and say that the function S qj does not interfere with the sequence of functions { S lien". 6. Definition. The sequence {x,,} is generaly increasing if "en "n E V 3mo E V so that x". ~ x" for m ~ mo. 7. Renuuqlle. f the sequence {.r"},,en0 with x" ~ 0 is genera1y increasing and boundled, then every subsequence is genera1y increasing and boundled. 8. Proposition. The sequence {S" (k)} "en"' where k E V. is in generaiy increasing and boundjed Proof Because SlCk) = S,,1t (1), it results that {S,,(k)}"eN" is a subsequence of {Sill (1)} H!N"' The sequence {S(l)}H!N" is genera1y increasing and boundled because: From the remarque 7 it results that the sequence {S" (k)} is genera1y increasing "V boundled. 9. Proposition. The sequence offimctions {S"}"eN" is generaly increasing boundled Proof Obviously, the zone of interference of the function Sill with {Sll is the set "en,fill> = min{n EN"S <Sll. 41

4 The interference zone.1.11(",) is nonemty because S", E.1.11(",) and finite for S\ ::; S", ::; Sp. where P is one prime number greater than m. Because {S,,(1)} is generaly increasing it results: 'rim e~ 3/0 en- so that Sr(1) ~ S",{l) for "it ~ to. For ro = to + r-"') we have S,. ~ S", ~ S",(1) for "ir ~ro. so that {S"}"eN. is generaly increasing boundled. 10. Re1lllUt{1lt!. a) For n = p~1. ii... i: are posible the following cases: 1) 3 k E{ r}so that S.J ::; S '. for j E { r}. 'j p. then S" = S ik and t is named the dominant factor for n. Pk 2) 3 k\.k.z,... k'" E { r} so that : "ite1.m 3qrE~ sothats,,{q,)=sit, (q,) and Pk r forn. We shall name {p~~r t E l.m} the active factors, the others wold be name passive factors b) We consider For n en PlPl appear the following situations: 1) il E{O.i:;Z)], this means that p~1 is a pasive factor and Pi is an active factor. 2) (' ;(;.,» this that il d ~. fact '1 E ' 1 (;2),11 - means P an Pi. are acnve ors. 3) i l E[lii2 ). co) this means that p;1 is a active factor and Jl,,2 is a pasive factor. 42

5 For P < P2 the repartion of exponents is representjy in following scheme: 2 : The zcme of e:ltpocds " n : for numbers of type ) The ZOC of ~ for numbers of type 3) c) consider that where Pt < P2 < PJ are prime numbers. Exist the following situations: ) n e NPj,j = this means that pi is active factor. 2) n e NPjPt, j ~ k; j,k e {1.2.3}. this means that lj,p~ are active filctors. 3) n e NPlPlPJ, this means that pit,[i.l.~3 are active factors. NPl'ZPl is named the S active cone for N P 'Z Pl. Obviously NPl'ZPl = {n= p.t~2~lil,~,i3 elf and it E(i1c(lj),11 ij» where j~ k;j,k E{.2.3}}. The reparrision of exponents is represented in the following scheme:

6 For P < P2 the repartion of exponents is representjy in following scheme: 2 : The zcme of e:ltpocds " n : for numbers of type ) The ZOC of ~ for numbers of type 3) c) consider that where Pt < P2 < PJ are prime numbers. Exist the following situations: ) n e NPj,j = this means that pi is active factor. 2) n e NPjPt, j ~ k; j,k e {1.2.3}. this means that lj,p~ are active filctors. 3) n e NPlPlPJ, this means that pit,[i.l.~3 are active factors. NPl'ZPl is named the S active cone for N P 'Z Pl. Obviously NPl'ZPl = {n= p.t~2~lil,~,i3 elf and it E(i1c(lj),11 ij» where j~ k;j,k E{.2.3}}. The reparrision of exponents is represented in the following scheme:

7 d) Generaly, consider N P Pl. p,. = {n = fll. pi... 1: i' ~,..., ir E Jr}, where P < P2 <... < Pr are prime numbers. On N P Pl.. _p,. exist the following relation of equivalence: This have the following clases: - NPj}, where jl E{ r}. n E NPj} <=> n base only P~~ n pm<=> n and m have the same active factors. active factor - NPj}Pn., where jl ;:C j" and jl,j" E{ r}. n E NPj}Pn. <=> n has only pij} pin. active factors 11' 12. NPlPl Prwich is named S-active cone. N PlPl _ P,. - {n EN n has pil pil.;,. "-;"e factors}. - PlPl. P,. ' ",,Yr ca."" Obvi o us! y, if n E N PlPl-Pr, th en ':. E (. :(ij),ll:.(ij») with k. d k. { 2 } ;:C j an,j E,... r. REFERENCES [1] 1. Bilacenoiu, Smarandache Numerical Functions, Smarandache Function Journal, Vol. 4-5, No.1, (1994), p [2] 1. Bliacenoiu, V. Seleacu Some proprieties of Smarandache functions of the type Smarandache Function Journal, Vol. 6. (1995). [3] P. Gronas [4] F. Smarandache A proof of the non-existence of "Somma". Smarandache Function Journal, VoL 4-5. No.1. (1994), p Afunction in the Number Theory. An.Univ.Timi~ara. seria slmat. Vol.xvrr. fase. 1, p

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