A quaternary diophantine inequality by prime numbers of a special type

Research paper by S. I. Dimitrov

Indexed on: 15 Feb '17Published on: 15 Feb '17Published in: arXiv - Mathematics - Number Theory


Let $1<c<832/825$. For large real numbers $N>0$ and a small constant $\vartheta>0$, the inequality \begin{equation*} |p_1^c+p_2^c+p_3^c+p_4^c-N|<\vartheta \end{equation*} has a solution in prime numbers $p_1,\,p_2,\,p_3,\,p_4$ such that, for each $i\in\{1,2,3,4\}$, $p_i+2$ has at most $32$ prime factors.