Euler Totient Function

How can we modify the Euler totient function to get count of numbers less than x(1…x which are co-prime to n) and the numbers are co-prime to n.


This is very common in number theory the formula for finding the number of numbers less than and co-prime with n

where p1,p2… refers to the distinct prime
divisors of the number.

A example always makes it clear ,lets take n=20 hence the prime divisors are 2,5 hence by formula the number of numbers less than and prime to 20 should be 20*(1-1/2)(1-1/2)=20(1/2)(4/5)=8

Now we can count also


Thus you could use the above formula .

You can find the derivation at any website just google it .
Hope this helps.

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This is not my question bro. I know the euler totient function. I need to modify it such that it finds the count of numbers from 1 to r which are co-prime to n. r<n where r and n are to be specified by the user.

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