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Number Theory
A Geometric Proof of Machin's Formula
MAA Classroom Capsules and Notes
Fibonacci-Like Sequences and Pell Equations
MAA Classroom Capsules and Notes
Did Euler Know Quadratic Reciprocity?: New Insights from a Forgotten Work
Loci Article
How to Improve a Math History Assignment
Loci Article
Ramanujan's Notebooks
MAA Writing Award
Three Fermat Trails to Elliptic Curves
MAA Writing Award
Prime Number Records
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The Factorial Function and Generalizations
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On the Sums \(\sum_{k=-\infty}^{\infty} (4k+1)^{-n}\)
MAA Writing Award
Visible Structures in Number Theory
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Absolutely Abnormal Numbers
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Sums of Powers of Integers
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A Case Study in Mathematical Research: The Golay-Rudin-Shapiro Sequence
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A Counterexample for Germain
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Ramanujan--for Lowbrows
MAA Writing Award
Taxicabs and Sums of Two Cubes
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The Strong Law of Small Numbers
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The \(3x + 1\) Problem and its Generalizations
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Factorization and Primality Tests
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A Motivated Account of an Elementary Proof of the Prime Number Theorem
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Side-and-Diagonal Numbers
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It is Easy to Determine Whether a Given Integer is Prime
MAA Writing Award
Diophantine Olympics and World Champions: Polynomials and Primes Down Under
MAA Writing Award
A Motivated Account of an Elementary Proof of the Prime Number Theorem
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Upper Bounds on the Sum of Principal Divisors of an Integer
MAA Writing Award
Polish Mathematicians Finding Patterns in Enigma Messages
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Prime Number Races
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Wild and Wooley Numbers
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Reflections on the Arbelos
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A Tail of Two Palindromes
MAA Writing Award
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