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### Definition of Totients

**1.** totient [n] - See also: totient

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### Literary usage of Totients

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**1.** *Circulars* by Johns Hopkins University (1888)

"This number for the limit or argument j is obviously no other than the sum of
the **totients** of all the numbers from unit up to j. ..."**2.** *Circulars* by Johns Hopkins University (1882)

"[See "Note on **totients**" appended to an article "On the theory of rational derivation
on a cubic curve" in the fourth number of Volume III of the Amer. ..."**3.** *The Monist* by Hegeler Institute (1908)

"That is to say, it is equal to the sum of the **totients** of all its divisors :—a
proposition which is perfectly ..."**4.** *The Monthly Review* by Ralph Griffiths (1809)

"... of suggesting such a method of corr.n;unu::ttion to -modern times, since it
was actually practised by the **totients**. Jn order to accomplish his object, ..."**5.** *Catalogue of Scientific Papers, 1800-1900: Subject Indexby Royal Society (Great Britain), Herbert McLeod* by Royal Society (Great Britain), Herbert McLeod (1908)

"**totients**, two kinds of Ath, and notation for. Story, WE [1881] (xn) JH Un. Cir.
[1] (1882) 132, 151. Transcendental numerical functions, new. ..."**6.** *The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature* edited by Hugh Chisholm (1911)

"This includes i and я among t he divisors of к. 26. **totients**. — By the totient
of я, which is denoted, after Euler, ..."