anonymous
  • anonymous
Consider a list of numbers between 1 and n. How many of them are not 3 times another number on the list ?
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
numbers except in form 3k
anonymous
  • anonymous
so how will u express it??
anonymous
  • anonymous
[ ] is the greatest integer function

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anonymous
  • anonymous
forget those
anonymous
  • anonymous
n-[n/3]
experimentX
  • experimentX
n - round up to lower integer[n/3]
anonymous
  • anonymous
greatest integer function, if n is a real number, [n] is the greatest integer less than n we express the fractional part as{n} so, n=[n]+{n}

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