By Helmut Koch
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E. is positively oriented. n is Show that t = ~ is proportional to n and that the factor of proportionality is equal to the curvature r at the point C(s). c) n = -rt. 3 Let be given by z r, = f(r). be polar coordinates in the 0 ~ r ~ xy-plane. and let a surface of rotation r" Determine the Gaussian curvature R of the surface as a function of R. When is R constant? 5. 1 The equation of the vibrating string In the middle of the 18 th century the most important mathematicians were concerned with the solution of the equation of the vibrating string (in the xy-plane) (1) fixed at the points (0,0) and (0,/).
2. Then the equations (6) are satisfied. Therefore t == bw (mod s) and ldetB = t2 _ Du 2 = S2. 0 Since consideration of integer (a,b,c) and (da,db,dc) d, we can confme ourselves to forms interesting cases are therefore s =I and s = 2. (a,b,c) is essentially the same for an with Admission of s gcd(a,b,c) =2 = 1. The also permits the handling of forms whose middle coefficient is odd, by multiplying all coefficients by 2. The restriction to even middle coefficients, which the reader may have wondered at, is therefore inessential.
N-1. 2 (x) of natural numbers < n and prime to n. (x_l;i) is called the nth cyclotomic polynomial. Show that (x) o iEM o o has integer coefficients. 3 Suppose f(x) E Z[x] and p is prime. Show that f(xl '" f(x P) (mod p) where the congruence is understood coefficient-wise. 4 Let ~ be an arbitrary nth root of unity. Show that n~o-I o 0 the product is taken over all nth roots of unity different from ~o. 5 Let I; be a primitive polynomial, irreducible over 10. nth root of unity, and let ~ 0 where be the associated Show that fl;(x) has integer coefficients.
Introduction to Classical Mathematics I: From the Quadratic Reciprocity Law to the Uniformization Theorem by Helmut Koch