In 1930s Paul Erdős conjectured that for any positive integer C in any infinite ±1 sequence (xn) there exists a subsequence xd, x2d, x3d, ..., xkd, for some positive integers k and d, such that |∑ki=1xi·d| >C. The conjecture has been referred to as o...

In 1930s Paul Erdős conjectured that for any positive integer C in any infinite ±1 sequence (xn) there exists a subsequence xd, x2d, x3d, ..., xkd, for some positive integers k and d, such that |∑ki=1xi·d| >C. The conjecture has been referred to as o...

In 1930s Paul Erdős conjectured that for any positive integer C in any infinite ±1 sequence (xn) there exists a subsequence xd, x2d, x3d, ..., xkd, for some positive integers k and d, such that |∑ki=1xi·d| >C. The conjecture has been referred to as o...

In 1930s Paul Erdős conjectured that for any positive integer C in any infinite ±1 sequence (xn) there exists a subsequence xd, x2d, x3d, ..., xkd, for some positive integers k and d, such that |∑ki=1xi·d| >C. The conjecture has been referred to as o...

In 1930s Paul Erdős conjectured that for any positive integer C in any infinite ±1 sequence (xn) there exists a subsequence xd, x2d, x3d, ..., xkd, for some positive integers k and d, such that |∑ki=1xi·d| >C. The conjecture has been referred to as o...

In 1930s Paul Erdős conjectured that for any positive integer C in any infinite ±1 sequence (xn) there exists a subsequence xd, x2d, x3d, ..., xkd, for some positive integers k and d, such that |∑ki=1xi·d| >C. The conjecture has been referred to as o...