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# elementary-number-theory-practice-exams

Course Number: MATH 3307, Spring 2010

College/University: UT Arlington

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Math 3307 Practice Exams David Andrew Smith Abstract. Elementary number theory presents problems involving divisibility, prime numbers, Euclidean Algorithm, linear Diophantine equations, congruence problems, multiplicative functions, reciprocity laws, and various types of congruence applications. We also present several topics about elementary number theory including many reviews, practice exams, quizzes, and...

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