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Some \(a^n+b^n\) Problems in Number Theory
by Mihai ManeaThis article originally appeared in:
Subject classification(s): Number Theory | Algebra and Number Theory
Applicable Course(s): 4.3 Number Theory
Several tricks useful in mathematical competitions are discussed.
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Capsule Course Topic(s): Number Theory | Primes and Composites, Factorization | Numbers with Special Forms or Properties, Sums of Powers | Divisibility
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