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2 )]~ 1 . D By way of illustration, it may be noted that for the semigroup Qq of all monic polynomials over Wg the above results imply that the asymptotic density of the coprime pairs of polynomials is 1 — q~l. Similarly, the next proposition implies that for coprime ^-tuples of polynomials in Qq the corresponding asymptotic density is 1 — ql~k . 13) PROPOSITION. The set of all coprime ordered k-tuples of elements of Q possesses the asymptotic density [Z(q~k)}~~ within the set of all ordered k-tuples of elements of Q, where k > 2.

T=o f(n)yn °f a given arithmetical function /. 3: Averages and densities ... 2) LEMMA. Fork>2, dk(N) = „ ,,JV fc "V + 0(Nk-2qN) as N -> oo. )! PROOF. 1 of [AB], df(y) = [Z(y)]k. The lemma will be proved by induction, starting with the divisor function d = d%. Since d*(y] = [Z(y}}\ N N r=0 T=0 r=0 which proves the lemma for k = 2. Now let k > 2, and assume that the lemma has already been proved for rffc_i. Then the formula df(y) = df_l(y}Z(y] implies that Tk(N) = where B = Ak~l/(k - 2)1 . 3: Averages and densities ...

5) PROPOSITION. of degree N is The average value of d2(a) for elements a G Q }]-lNz + O(N2) as N -> oo. 6) PROPOSITION. The average value of (3 for dements of degree N in Q is if V = |, ifv>\. 5: Error estimates for ... PROOF. We have /3#(y) = Z ( y ) g # ( y } , where g # ( y ) = Z(y^Z(y3}/Z(y6}. Then g*(y] = Z(y2)h*(y), where h*(y) = Z ( y 3 ) / Z ( y 6 ) is absolutely convergent for \y\ < q~z. Hence g(N) = since h f ( q ~ ? ) is absolutely convergent. 1 may be applied with k = I and r = — |.