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New Smarandache algebraic structures. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 12, No. 1-3, 344-346 (2001).
Classification: H40
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Investigating connections between some Smarandache sequences, prime numbers and magic squares. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 12, No. 1-3, 126-145 (2001).
Classification: I30
2
On some Smarandache conjectures and unsolved problems. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 12, No. 1-3, 172-192 (2001).
Classification: F65
3
An introduction to the Smarandache double factorial function. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 12, No. 1-3, 158-167 (2001).
Classification: F60
4
On the pseudo-Smarandache function and iteration problems. Pt. 1. The Euler $ϕ$ function. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 12, No. 1-3, 36-43 (2001).
Classification: F60
5
A model for Smarandache’s anti-geometry. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 12, No. 1-3, 5-18 (2001).
Classification: E55
6
On some implications of formalized theories in our life. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 12, No. 1-3, 297-302 (2001).
Classification: E50
7
Some funny examples of Smarandache lucky methods in algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 11, No. 1-3, 316-319 (1999).
Classification: I90
8
From Bolyai’s geometry to Smarandache anti-geometry. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 11, No. 1-3, 24-28 (1999).
Classification: G90
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On the functional equation S(n)$^2$+S(n) = kn. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 11, No. 1-3, 73-76 (1999).
Classification: F60
10
Note on the Diophantine equation 2x$^2$ - 3y$^2$ = p. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 11, No. 1-3, 64-68 (1999).
Classification: F60
11
Some solutions of the Smarandache prime equation. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 10, No. 1-3, 169-170 (1999).
Classification: F60
12
The primes p with lg (p) = 1. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 10, No. 1-3, 167-168 (1999).
Classification: F60
13
On the diophantine equation S(n) = n. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 10, No. 1-3, 142-143 (1999).
Classification: F60
14
To enjoy is a permanent component of mathematics. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 9, No. 1-2, 12-36 (1999).
Classification: U40
15
Computative paradoxes in modern data analysis. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 10, No. 1-3, 61-80 (1999).
Classification: K40
16
Smarandache continued fractions. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 10, No. 1-3, 39-49 (1999).
Classification: F60
17
Smarandache factors and reverse factors. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 10, No. 1-3, 5-38 (1999).
Classification: F60
18
All solutions of the equation S(n) + d(n) = n. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 9, No. 1-2, 114-119 (1999).
Classification: F60
19
Erdös conjecture I. (English)
Smarandache Notions J. 9, No. 1-2, 107-113 (1999).
Classification: F60
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