
Definition of Totient
1. Noun. (mathematics) The number of positive integers not more than a specified integer that are relatively prime to it. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Totient
1. the number of totitives of a number [n S]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Totient
Literary usage of Totient
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Monographs on Topics of Modern Mathematics: Relevant to the Elementary Field by Jacob William Albert Young, Oswald Veblen, Thomas Franklin Holgate, Frederick Shenstone Woods, Edward Vermilye Huntington, George Abram Miller, Gilbert Ames Bliss, Leonard Eugene Dickson, David Eugene Smith (1911)
"The number of (positive) integers not greater than m and prime to m is called
the totient of m, and denoted by <, (m). Thus 0d) = 1; 0(2) = 1 ; 0(3) =2; ..."
2. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1908)
"The number of numbers not exceeding a number, n, but prime to it is now called
the totient of «. In the books of the first four fifths of the nineteenth ..."
3. Circulars by Johns Hopkins University (1888)
"In what precedes I have used the simplest means or formula sufficient for obtaining
a functional equation to the sumtotient Tx, but the theorem of harmonic ..."