by B. Sury (Indian Statistical Institute Bangalore)
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Applicable Course(s): 4.3 Number Theory | 4.8 History of Math
This note uses the Gauss sums to evaluate certain sums of trigonometric functions. It includes a short history of Gauss sums.
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