# Polya Conjecture

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Define a number as of odd kind if the number of its prime factors is odd (taking multiplicity into account), and to be of even kind if the number of prime factors is even. Let and be the sum of the numbers of integers less than or equal to of the even and odd kinds.

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Contributed by: Enrique Zeleny (August 2014)

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[1] Matt. "Examples of Apparent Patterns That Eventually Fail." Mathematics StackExchange. (Aug 27, 2014) math.stackexchange.com/questions/111440/examples-of-apparent-%5 Cpatterns-that-eventually-fail.

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