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- n. The number of positive integers not more than a specified integer that are relatively prime to it.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The number of totitives of a number; when used without qualification, the number of numbers at least as small as a given number and prime to it—that is, having integral no common factor with it except 1.
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Take p-1 and q-1 and find the totient function of N, the product T = (p-1) (q-1).
In [[number theory]], the '' 'totient function' '' of a [[positive integer]] '' n '', is defined to be the number of positive integers in the set
In [[number theory]], the '' 'totient function' '' φ (
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