# Zeroless Arithmetic: Representing Integers ONLY using ONE

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We use recurrence equations (alias difference equations) to enumerate the number of formula-representations of positive integers using only addition and multiplication, and using addition, multiplication, and exponentiation, where all the inputs are ones. We also describe efficient algorithms for the random generation of such representations, and use Dynamical Programming to find a shortest possible formula representing any given positive integer.

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- arxivId
- 1303.0885
- isbn
- 1111111111
- journal
- arXiv preprint arXiv:1303.0885
- pages
- 1--7

### BibTeX entry

@article{Ghang2013, abstract = {We use recurrence equations (alias difference equations) to enumerate the number of formula-representations of positive integers using only addition and multiplication, and using addition, multiplication, and exponentiation, where all the inputs are ones. We also describe efficient algorithms for the random generation of such representations, and use Dynamical Programming to find a shortest possible formula representing any given positive integer.}, archivePrefix = {arXiv}, arxivId = {1303.0885}, author = {Ghang, EK and Zeilberger, Doron}, eprint = {1303.0885}, isbn = 1111111111, journal = {arXiv preprint arXiv:1303.0885}, month = {mar}, pages = {1--7}, title = {Zeroless Arithmetic: Representing Integers ONLY using ONE}, url = {http://arxiv.org/abs/1303.0885 http://arxiv.org/pdf/1303.0885v2}, year = 2013, primaryClass = {math.CO}, urldate = {2013-03-07}, collections = {Unusual arithmetic,Easily explained} }