After Ferdinand Georg Frobenius.
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- For a given set of coprime positive integers, the greatest integer that cannot be expressed as a linear combination (with nonnegative integer coefficients) of its elements.
- The Frobenius number of 2 and 5 is 3, since 3 cannot be formed as a sum of twos and fives while every larger integer can.