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# Sur une question d'Erdős et Schinzel

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# Sur une question d'Erdős et Schinzel

document différent de la version publiée: de nombreuses erreurs typographiques introduites après l'envoi des épreuves ont été corrigées.; Let F(n) denote a polynomial with integer coefficients and define H_F(x,y,z) to be the number of integers not exceeding x for which F(n) has at least one divisor d such that y

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polynomial values, sieve, Chebyshev problem, 11N32, divisors in an interval, [MATH.MATH-NT]Mathematics [math]/Number Theory [math.NT], [MATH.MATH-NT] Mathematics [math]/Number Theory [math.NT], largest prime factor

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[14] A. A. Markov, U¨ber die Primteiler der Zahlen von der Form 1 + 4x2, Bull. Acad. Sci. St. Petersburg, 3 (1895), 55-59.

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document différent de la version publiée: de nombreuses erreurs typographiques introduites après l'envoi des épreuves ont été corrigées.; Let F(n) denote a polynomial with integer coefficients and define H_F(x,y,z) to be the number of integers not exceeding x for which F(n) has at least one divisor d such that y