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Probability that every polygon contains almost exactly the expected number of samples

Your statement Surely as $n \to \infty$, the probability that the polygon contains at least $\max(0, \lfloor{nA}\rfloor)$ samples and at most $\lceil{nA}\rceil$ samples tends to $1$ is incorrect. ...
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Multiplicative Reversibility = No Primitive Roots

I use $(a_n a_{n-1} \cdots a_1 a_0)_b$ to mean $\sum a_j b^j$. I can prove one direction. If $n$ does not have a primitive root, then there is a solution to $x^2 \equiv 1 \bmod n$ other than $\pm 1$. ...
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