Arithmagons and Geometrically Invariant Multiplicative Integer PartitionsActa Mathematica Universitatis Comenianae
AbstractIn this article, we introduce a formal definition for integral arithmagons. Informally, an integral arithmagon is a polygonal figure with integer labeled vertices and edges in which, under a binary operation, adjacent vertices equal the included edge. By considering the group of automorphisms for the associated graph, we count the number of integral arithmagons whose exterior sum or product equals a fixed number.
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Citation InformationJ. A. Franco, J. Champion and J. W. Lyons. "Arithmagons and Geometrically Invariant Multiplicative Integer Partitions" Acta Mathematica Universitatis Comenianae (2016)
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