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The consideration of the computation problems for number-theoretic functions

can lead to the question of what functions can be computed or effectively

calculated, in the sense that, for a

only of ...

The consideration of the computation problems for number-theoretic functions

can lead to the question of what functions can be computed or effectively

calculated, in the sense that, for a

**given**argument, the value can be found by useonly of ...

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Even in the pre-Euclidean period the effort to construct a square equal in area to

a

were reported from Antiphon and Bryson, and Euclid's theorem on the circle in ...

Even in the pre-Euclidean period the effort to construct a square equal in area to

a

**given**circle had begun. Some related results came from Hippocrates, otherswere reported from Antiphon and Bryson, and Euclid's theorem on the circle in ...

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For example, Euclid in Book III shows how to draw a circle so as to pass through

three

called Tangencies, which no longer survives) found the circle tangent to three

For example, Euclid in Book III shows how to draw a circle so as to pass through

three

**given**points or to be tangent to three**given**lines; Apollonius (in a workcalled Tangencies, which no longer survives) found the circle tangent to three

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