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A large amount of work has been done on this, in particular to determine what kind of curves in the complex plane that arise as asymptotic zero-sets. If two things are quite equal in all respects ask much as can be ascertained by all means possible, quantitatively and qualitatively, it must follow, that the one can in all cases and under all circumstances replace the other, and this substitution would not occasion the least perceptible difference. See Exercise 88.3.8, page 130.) a) GCD(m, n)LCM(m, n) =mn for any positive integers m and n. b) If m and n are relatively prime, then LCM(m, n) =mn. 64.2.4 Exercise Prove that if d = GCD(m, n), then m/d and n/d are relatively 64.2.6 Exercise Prove that GCD is commutative: for all integers m and n, 64.2.7 Exercise Prove that GCD is associative: Hint: Use Theorem 64.1 and the fact that the smallest of the numbers x, y and z a) Use Mathematica to determine which ordered pairs ¸a, b¸ of integers, with a ∈ ¦1,. .. , 10¦, b ∈ ¦1,. .. , 10¦, have the property that the sequence a+b, 2a+ b,. .. , 10a +b contains a prime. b) Let (C) be the statement: There is an integer k >0 for which ak +b is prime.

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A large amount of work has been done on this, in particular to determine what kind of curves in the complex plane that arise as asymptotic zero-sets. If two things are quite equal in all respects ask much as can be ascertained by all means possible, quantitatively and qualitatively, it must follow, that the one can in all cases and under all circumstances replace the other, and this substitution would not occasion the least perceptible difference. See Exercise 88.3.8, page 130.) a) GCD(m, n)LCM(m, n) =mn for any positive integers m and n. b) If m and n are relatively prime, then LCM(m, n) =mn. 64.2.4 Exercise Prove that if d = GCD(m, n), then m/d and n/d are relatively 64.2.6 Exercise Prove that GCD is commutative: for all integers m and n, 64.2.7 Exercise Prove that GCD is associative: Hint: Use Theorem 64.1 and the fact that the smallest of the numbers x, y and z a) Use Mathematica to determine which ordered pairs ¸a, b¸ of integers, with a ∈ ¦1,. .. , 10¦, b ∈ ¦1,. .. , 10¦, have the property that the sequence a+b, 2a+ b,. .. , 10a +b contains a prime. b) Let (C) be the statement: There is an integer k >0 for which ak +b is prime.

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