Michael Yiasemides, Exeter U
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Let be a prime and be intervals. We define . That is, is the number of elements in whose inverses lie in . We can generalize this to , for any intervals and . I will explain some results on the distribution of , demonstrate the relationship to moments of Dirichlet -functions, and state some problems for future research.
Event contact: dinesh dot thakur at rochester dot edu