Wen-Ching Li

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Call S complete if Σ(S) contains all sufficiently large integers. It has been known for some time (see [B]) that if gcd(a, b) = 1 then the (nondecreasing) sequence formed from the values ab with s0 ≤ s, t0 ≤ t ≤ f(s0, t0) is complete, where s0 and t0 are arbitrary, and f(s0, t0) is sufficiently large. In this note we consider the analogous question for(More)
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