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Every Positive Integer Van Be Written as the Sum of Three Triangular Numbers
Three Smallest Integers Greater Than 1000 Which Cannot Be Written as the Sum of Three Squares
For p=4k+1 Prime, Writing 2p Uniquely as Sum of Two Squares
If Two Numbers are Expressible as Sums of Two Squares and One Divides the Other, Is the Result Also Expressible As a Sum of Two Squares?
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The Quadratic Character of 3
The RSA Problem
The Second Continued Fraction Identity
The Value of a Finite Continued Fraction
There is a Multiple of Every Integer With Digits Consisting Only of Zero and Ones
Three Smallest Integers Greater Than 1000 Which Cannot Be Written as the Sum of Three Squares
Uniqueness Infinite Continued Fraction
Uniqueness of Expressing Primes of Form 4k+1 as Sum of Two Squares
Use of Euler's Theorem
Use of First Principle of Induction
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