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• Oakland University MATH 356
Mathematics 356 - Theory of Numbers Final Examination Thursday, July 5, 2001 Name: Section Question Points Mark I II 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 60 18 16 15 15 12 12 8 14 14 184 III Total There are 10 questions, totaling 184 points. Attempt all questions

• Oakland University MATH 356
Mathematics 356 - Theory of Numbers Quiz 2 - Monday, June 11, 2001 Name: 1. Each of these statements is either true or false - circle T for true or F for False 1 point each a T or F: If x is the inverse of y mod m, then y is the inverse of x mod m. b

• Oakland University MATH 356
Mathematics 356 - Theory of Numbers Quiz 4 - Monday, June 25, 2001 Name: 1. Each of these statements is either true or false - circle T for true or F for False 1 point each a T or F: If a; m = 1, then a m,1 is an inverse of a mod m. b T or F: If n is

• Oakland University MATH 356
Mathematics 356 - Theory of Numbers Homework 1 - due Monday, June 4, 2001 Name: Answer all problems. Write clearly and legibly. 1. a 2 points Find all the prime divisors of a 2002 b 754. b 2 points Find the greatest common divisor of 754 and 2002.

• Oakland University MATH 356
Mathematics 356 - Theory of Numbers Homework 2 - due Monday, June 11, 2001 Name: Answer all problems. Write clearly and legibly. 1. a 2 points Use the Euclidean Algorithm to nd the greatest common divisor of 1414 and 666. b 2 points Express 1414; 66

• Oakland University MATH 356
Mathematics 356 - Theory of Numbers Homework 4 - due Monday, June 25, 2001 Name: Answer all problems. Write clearly and legibly. 1. 3 points Use Euler\'s theorem to nd the least non-negative residue of 175000 mod 144. 1 2. a 4 points Show that if n

• Oakland University MATH 356
Mathematics 356 - Theory of Numbers Homework 5 - due Monday, July 2, 2001 Name: Answer all problems. Write clearly and legibly. 1. 6 points use the Law of Quadratic Reciprocity to compute the following Legendre symbols: a 111 991 1 b 105 100

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