While certain famous equations, such as Albert Einstein's E = mc^2, hog most of the public glory, many less familiar formulas have their champions among scientists. LiveScience asked
Solve NowPillai's conjecture: for any ,,, the equation = has finitely many solutions when , are not both . Piltz divisor problem on bounding Δ k ( x ) = D k ( x ) − x P k ( l o g ( x ) ) {\displaystyle \Delta _{k}(x)=D_{k}(x)-xP_{k}(log(x))}
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