## The New Encyclopędia Britannica, Volume 30Encyclopędia Britannica, 1992 - Encyclopedias and dictionaries |

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Therefore , all solutions are

number in the residue class 10 mod 13 is a solution . The same congruence can

be solved algebraically without trying all possible candidates . In the linear ...

Therefore , all solutions are

**given**by x = 10 ( mod 13 ) , which means that anynumber in the residue class 10 mod 13 is a solution . The same congruence can

be solved algebraically without trying all possible candidates . In the linear ...

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The square of A ( x ) is

2.xo + : .. + b ( n ) x " + ... , where b ( n ) is the number of ways that n can be

expressed as the sum of two squares of nonnegative integers , with the order of

the ...

The square of A ( x ) is

**given**by the series A ( x ) 2 = 1 + 2x + x2 + 2x4 + 2x + 78 +2.xo + : .. + b ( n ) x " + ... , where b ( n ) is the number of ways that n can be

expressed as the sum of two squares of nonnegative integers , with the order of

the ...

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The former type arises when the boundaryvalues of the unknowns are

particular point value for example , at a

problems slope sin times are to be computed . For example , the position of the

rocket ...

The former type arises when the boundaryvalues of the unknowns are

**given**at aparticular point value for example , at a

**given**time , and the values at futureproblems slope sin times are to be computed . For example , the position of the

rocket ...

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### Contents

NUMBER GAMES and Other Mathematical Recreations | 1 |

NUMBER THEORY | 14 |

NUMERICAL ANALYSIS | 38 |

Copyright | |

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