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# On asymptotic behaviour of Dirichlet inverse

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• Institute of Mathematics, Ufa Federal Research Centre, Russian Academy of Sciences
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## Abstract

Let $f(n)$ be an arithmetic function with $f(1)\neq0$ and let $f^{-1}(n)$ be its reciprocal with respect to the Dirichlet convolution. We study the asymptotic behaviour of $|f^{-1}(n)|$ with regard to the asymptotic behaviour of $|f(n)|$ assuming that the latter one grows or decays with at most polynomial or exponential speed. As a by-product, we obtain simple but constructive upper bounds for the number of ordered factorizations of $n$ into $k$ factors.

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