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 15 How to obtain Grothendieck’s “Long March Through Galois Theory” 3 Richert’s theorem breaks down for $n = 11$ 2 An interesting question from "Group Theory: A First Journey," (page 4, section 2.3). 1 On the Numbers of Representations of a Number as a Sum of $2r$ Squares, Where $2r$ Does not Exceed Eighteen 1 Can the sum of 3 unique primes be expressed as the sum of 2 primes?

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 +40 How to obtain Grothendieck’s “Long March Through Galois Theory” +10 On the Numbers of Representations of a Number as a Sum of $2r$ Squares, Where $2r$ Does not Exceed Eighteen +10 On the Numbers of Representations of a Number as a Sum of $2r$ Squares, Where $2r$ Does not Exceed Eighteen +10 How to obtain Grothendieck’s “Long March Through Galois Theory”

 7 How to obtain Grothendieck’s “Long March Through Galois Theory” 1 On the Numbers of Representations of a Number as a Sum of $2r$ Squares, Where $2r$ Does not Exceed Eighteen

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