## On the number of prime factors of summands of partitions.(English)Zbl 1108.11078

The three principal results of this paper show that “for almost all partitions of an integer the sequence of parts satisfies similar arithmetic properties as the sequence of natural numbers.”
For example, let $$\Phi$$ be a non-decreasing function with $\lim_{N \to \infty} \Phi(N) = + \infty.$ For $$n \to \infty$$, for all but $$o(p(n))$$ partitions of $$n$$, the number of parts $$\gamma_j$$ with $| \omega(\gamma_j) - \log \log n| > \Phi(n)\sqrt{\log \log n}$ is $$o(\sqrt{n}\log n)$$. Here the $$\gamma_j$$ are the parts of a partition $$\gamma = (\gamma_1,\dots,\gamma_s)$$ of $$n$$, and $$\omega(m)$$ is the number of distinct prime factors of $$m$$.
The analytic and probabilistic methods are applications/extensions of the authors’ previous work [Acta Math. Hung. 110, No. 4, 323–335 (2006; Zbl 1121.11070)].

### MSC:

 11P82 Analytic theory of partitions

### Keywords:

partitions; prime factors; Liouville function

Zbl 1121.11070
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