By James Matteson

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Math. Soc. 53 (1947), 509). 1.

If n > 9 is odd, then n is the sum of three odd pr%mes. Any n from some point onwards is a square or the sum of a prime and a square. This is not true of a11 n; thus 34 and 58 are exceptions. 5, is The number of Fermat primes F, is$nite. 9. Moduli of integers. 3. 4. Throughout this section integer means rational integer, positive or negative. The proof depends upon the notion of a ‘modulus’ of numbers. e. 1) mES. nESi(m&n)ES. The numbers of a modulus need not necessarily be integers or even rational; they may be complex numbers, or quaternions: but here we are concerned only with moduli of integers.

Second proof of the theorems. This proof is not inductive, ad gives a rule for the construction of the term which succeeds h/k in 3,. 1) kz-hy = 1 is soluble in integers (Theorem 25). If x,,, y,, is a solution then x,+6 yofrk is also a solution for any positive or negative integral r. We cari choose Y SO that n - k < y,,+Tk < n . 1) such that O