**A set of new Smarandache functions, sequences and conjectures in number theory**

by Felice Russo

**Publisher**: American Research Press 2000**ISBN/ASIN**: 1879585839**ISBN-13**: 9781879585836**Number of pages**: 114

**Description**:

The Smarandache's universe is undoubtedly very fascinating and is halfway between the number theory and the recreational mathematics. Even though sometime this universe has a very simple structure from number theory standpoint, it doesn't cease to be deeply mysterious and interesting. This book, following the Smarandache spirit, presents new Smarandache functions, new conjectures, solved/unsolved problems, new Smarandache type sequences and new Smarandache Notions in number theory.

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