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PascGalois Number Theory Classroom Resources

Mike Bardzell (Salisbury Univ.) and Michael Fisher (California State Univ., Fresno) and Kurt Ludwick (Salisbury Univ.)

The PascGalois project at consists of applets, stand-alone Java programs, and supporting material for classroom teaching of Abtract Algebra and Number Theory as they occur in undergraduate mathematics courses, undergraduate research projects, and mathematics courses for future teachers.  A brief description of the project and representative material to be found on the PascGalois site can be read here: Introduction to the PascGalois JE Applets . 

The table of contents below describes the Classroom Resources available on the site for a course in Number Theory. A direct link to an "active version" of this table of contents (i.e., with links to the relevant html or pdf file) is given at the bottom of this page.

Number Theory Resources

  • Unimodality of the Binomial Coefficients - by Michael Fisher
  • Cryptology - by Michael Fisher
  • Fermat's Little Theorem - by Michael Fisher
  • Fibonacci Primes - by Michael Fisher
  • How many binomial coefficients are even? - by Michael Fisher
  • Primitive Roots - by Michael Fisher
  • Discovering a Binomial Identity - by Mike Bardzell
  • The Lucas Correspondence Theorem - by Kurt Ludwick

Go to the Interactive Table of Contents on the PascGalois site