By Kenneth Ireland, Michael Rosen
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The result follows by noting that JX < 2x/log x for x ~ 2. Corollary 2. n(x)/x -+ Oas x o -+ 00. To bound n(x) from below we begin by examining further the binomial coefficient e""). First of aH On the other hand by Exercise 6 at the end of this chapter we have ordp(~n) = ordp ~~~;; = i~l ([~~]-2[;i]) where t p is the largest integer such that pt p :s; 2n. Thus t p = [log 2n/log p]. Now it is easy to see that [2x] - 2[x] is always 1 or O. It foHows that 2n) < log 2n . 4. There is a positive constant C2 such that n(x) > C2(X/lOg x).
15. Let K be a field and G s K* a finite subgroup of the multiplicative group of K. Extend the arguments used in the proof of Theorem 1 to show that G is cyclic. 16. Calculate the solutions to x 3 == 1 (19) and x 4 == 1 (17). 17.
A If mic - a and mld - b, then ml(c - a) + b). Thus a + b == c + d (m). Notice that cd - ab = c(d - b) ~~ + b(c - + b == c + d (m) + (d - b) = (c and + d) - a). Thus mlcd - ab and ab == O If a, DE Z/mZ, we detine a + Dto be a + b and aD to be ab. This detinition seems to depend on a and b. We have to show that they depend only on the congruence classes detined by a and b. This is easy. Assume that c = a and that = D. 3. With these detinitions Z/mZ becomes a ring. The veritication of this fact is left to the reader.
A Classical Introduction to Modern Number Theory by Kenneth Ireland, Michael Rosen