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Topic: Greatest Theorems Ever
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Brian Hutchings

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Re: Greatest Theorems Ever
Posted: Apr 28, 1998 5:16 PM
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In a previous article, lounesto@torstai.hit.fi (Pertti Lounesto) says:

see Gauss's _Disquiciones Arithmeticae_; I think,
it goes to biquadratic recip.

>What is quadratic reciprocity?

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