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Did anyone solve this ? If yes, kindly let me know about the approach. Thanks

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Let C_i denote the number of values j such that A_j = i.

i|j denotes i divides j.

Let us define

S_i = \sum_{gcd(A_j,A_k)=i} A_jA_k

Let us find the sum of pairs over all A_j,A_k such that both are divisible by i. This will give us all pairs such that gcd(A_j,A_k) is a multiple of i.

This is also equal to

\Bigg(\sum_{i|j}j\times C_j\Bigg)^2

So the sum of pairs such that gcd(A_j,A_k) = i is

S_i = \Bigg(\sum_{i|j}j\times C_j\Bigg)^2 - \sum_{i|j \& j\not=i} S_j

The final answer will be \sum \dfrac{S_i}{i}.

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