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**Author**: A. A. K. Majumdar

**Publisher:** Infinite Study

**ISBN:** 9781599731247

**Category:** Number theory

**Page:** 215

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This book covers only a part of the wide and diverse field of the Smarandache Notions, andcontains some of the materials that I gathered as I wandered in the world of Smarandache. Mostof the materials are already published in different journals, but some materials are new andappear for the first time in this book. All the results are provided with proofs._ Chapter 1 gives eleven recursive type Smarandache sequences, namely, the SmarandacheOdd, Even, Prime Product, Square Product (of two types), Higher Power Product (of twotypes), Permutation, Circular, Reverse, Symmetric and Pierced Chain sequences_ Chapter 2 deals with the Smarandache Cyclic Arithmetic Determinant and BisymmetricArithmetic Determinant sequences, and series involving the terms of the Smarandachebisymmetric determinant natural and bisymmetric arithmetic determinant sequences_ Chapter 3 treats the Smarandache function S(n)_ Chapter 4 considers, in rather more detail, the pseudo Smarandache function Z(n)_ And the Smarandache S-related and Z-related triangles are the subject matter of Chapter 5.To make the book self-contained, some well-known results of the classical Number Theory aregiven in Chapter 0. In order to make the book up-to-date, the major results of other researchersare also included in the book.At the end of each chapter, several open problems are given.