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$g \geq 2$
be an integer. A natural number is said to be a base-g Niven number if it is divisible by the sum of its base-g digits. Assuming Hooley’s Riemann hypothesis, we prove that the set of base-g Niven numbers is an additive basis, that is, there exists a positive integer
such that every natural number is the sum of at most
base-g Niven numbers.
The multiple T-value, which is a variant of the multiple zeta value of level two, was introduced by Kaneko and Tsumura [‘Zeta functions connecting multiple zeta values and poly-Bernoulli numbers’, in: Various Aspects of Multiple Zeta Functions, Advanced Studies in Pure Mathematics, 84 (Mathematical Society of Japan, Tokyo, 2020), 181–204]. We show that the generating function of a weighted sum of multiple T-values of fixed weight and depth is given in terms of the multiple T-values of depth one by solving a differential equation of Heun type.
We find and prove a class of congruences modulo 4 for eta-products associated with certain ternary quadratic forms. This study was inspired by similar conjectured congruences modulo 4 for certain mock theta functions.
We provide a direct proof of a Bogomolov-type statement for affine varieties V defined over function fields K of finite transcendence degree over an arbitrary field k, generalising a previous result (obtained through a different approach) of the first author in the special case when K is a function field of transcendence degree
. Furthermore, we obtain sharp lower bounds for the Weil height of the points in
, which are not contained in the largest subvariety
defined over the constant field
The standard version of Cauchy’s argument principle, applied to a holomorphic function f, requires that f has no zeros on the curve of integration. In this note, we give a generalisation of such a principle which covers the case when f has zeros on the curve, as well as an application.