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Thus pe \ a, while pe+l JK a; this relationship is described in symbols by writing pe || a, and we use this notation even when e = 0, that is, when p J( a. 1, we see that it too provides a representation system o f sorts. For each fixed a, it partitions Z into the various arithmetic progressions with difference a. For a = 2 this gives two classes, the set of “even” numbers, {2k}, and the “ odd” numbers, {2k + 1 } . F o r« > 2 the classes are not given names, but there are, for example, six arithmetic progressions with difference 6, namely the set of integers of the form 6k, those of the form 6k + 1 , .

The lower bound n2n for x, y, and z is due to Inkeri [1946]. For additional literature on the Fermat Problem, see LeVeque [1974], vol. 2. Regarding long computations and the size of the universe, see Science 192 (1976), 989-990. The study of the first 55 Mersenne numbers Mp was completed by Uhler [1948]. The largest p for which Mp is at present known to be prime is 19937. For further literature on Fermat and Mersenne numbers, see LeVeque [1974], vol. 1. The values given for 7r(10M ) for n < 9 were computed in the nineteenth century by E.

6. a) Let N = (a - \)(b — 1), where a, b e Z + and (a, b) = 1. Show that every integer c > N is representable in the form c = ax + by with x, y > 0, while c = N - l is not so representable. b) Show that exactly half the integers 0, 1, . . , TV - 1 are so representable. ] 7. Suppose that (a, b9 c) \ ¿/and that x 0i u0, y0, z 0 satisfy the equations ¿7*0 + c)u0 = ¿/, by0 + cz0 = (bt c). 44 Unique factorization and the GCD Show that a general solution of ax + by + cz = d is given by * = *o + (b, 0 t (a, b, c) ’ °yo t + - ^ s (a, b, c) (b, c) az0 b Z = ZqUq — ----- — t --------- 5-, {a, b, c) (b, c) y = youo - for s , t e Z.