# On the regular elements in Zn

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All rings are assumed to be finite commutative with identity element. An element a ? R is called a regular element if there exists b ? R such that a = a2b, the element b is called a von Neumann inverse for a. A characterization is given for regular elements and their inverses in Zn, the ring of...

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For the number of integer solutions of the title equation, with W ? x (x a large parameter), an asymptotics of the form Ax log x + Bx + O(x1/2(log x)ï¿½(log log x)ï¿½) is established. This is achieved in a general setting which furnishes applications to some other natural arithmetic functions.

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An integer d = ?si=1 pbii is called the exponential divisor of n = ?si=1 paii > 1 if bijai for every i ? {1, 2, ï¿½, s}. Let t (e)(n) denote the number of exponential divisors of n, where t(e)(1) = 1 by convention. The aim of this paper is to establish a short interval result for for...

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In this paper, we consider the ranks of four real matrices Gi(i = 0; 1; 2; 3) in M, where M = M0+M1i+M2j+M3k is an arbitrary quaternion matrix, and My = G0 + G1i + G2j + G3k is the Moore-Penrose inverse of M. Similarly, the ranks of four real matrices in Drazin inverse of a quaternion matrix are...

- The "ABC" Conjecture for p-Adic Entire Functions of Several Variables. Vu Hoai An; Doan Quang Manh // Southeast Asian Bulletin of Mathematics;2004, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p959
We show that the analogue of "abe" conjecture for p-adic entire functions in several variables is true.