
IX Olimpiada Informatyczna 2001/2002

Task: lic

Author: Wojciech Guzicki

BSmooth Numbers
Let B be a positive integer. A natural number n is
called Bsmooth, if in its factorisation into primes there is
no prime factor greater then B. We may say equivalently that a
number n is called Bsmooth, if it may be represented as
a product of positive integers less then or equal to B.
Task
Write a program which:
 reads from the text file lic.in three positive integers
n, m and B,
 determines the number of all Bsmooth numbers in the
interval [n,n+m] (inclusive),
 writes the result to the text file lic.out.
Input
In the first line of the text file lic.in there are three
integers n, m and B, separated by single spaces,
1<=n<=2 000 000 000,
1<=m<=100 000 000,
1<=B<=1 000 000.
Output
Your program should write one integer in the first line of the text
file lic.out. It should be the determined number of
Bsmooth numbers.
Example
For the following input file lic.in:
30 10 5
the correct answer is in the following output file lic.out:
4
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