Homework problems

Let f_S(g, n) count the number of integers \le n that are not expressible as a sum of g elements of S.

1) Give me set S for which both f_S(g, n) and \displaystyle \frac{n}{f_S(g, n)} diverge.
2) Proof (or disproof) that, for S, we can’t take the set of k-th powers, for some k

Problem 2) feels really hard, 1) should be fun.

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One Response to “Homework problems”

  1. My idea Says:

    My answer is 1, You should be fun
    ( You can cry but after you should have big smile and start do homeworks)
    hahahahahahahhahahha

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