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Students rule
GR complained to me a few weeks ago that this blog is too technical. Here, then, is something very untechnical. Problem. Show that for all integers . (Here denotes the GCD as usual.) This is a wellknown cheeky question in elementary … Continue reading
An afterdinner mint
Suppose is a prime congruent to 1 mod 3, so the equation has a solution. How do you find explicitly? One answer: choose of order 3, and set . There is a much more general version of this, which can be explained … Continue reading
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