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On the density of visible lattice points along polynomials

@inproceedings{Chaubey2021OnTD,
  title={On the density of visible lattice points along polynomials},
  author={Sneha Chaubey and Ashish Kumar Pandey},
  year={2021}
}
  • Sneha Chaubey, Ashish Kumar Pandey
  • Published 17 September 2021
  • Mathematics
Recently, the notion of visibility from the origin has been generalized by viewing lattice points through curved lines of sights, where the family of curves considered are y = mx, k ∈ N. In this note, we generalize the notion of visible lattice points for a given polynomial family of curves passing through the origin, and study the density of visible lattice points for this family. The density of visible lattice points for family of curves y = mx, k ∈ N is well understood as one has nice… Expand

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