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Course: MATH 332, Fall 2008
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332 MATH - ALGEBRA AND NUMBER THEORY : HOMEWORK 6 DUE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5TH (NO LATER THAN 12PM) NOTE: Homework sets 5 and 6 will be due on October 5th. Homework 6 Chapter 3: The theorems of Fermat, Wilson and Euler Solve the following exercises from Adler &amp; Coury: Exercises (pages 94, 95): 33 Also solve the following problems: Problem 1. Prove that a12 - 1 is divisible by 35 for all integers a relatively...

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