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December 12, 2020 11:45 ampts 30 pts
1 Any integer of the form 4k + 3 . D CNpressed as sum of two squares cannot (A) can (D) None of these (C) always 2. If m and n are each sum of two squares, then their . s also a sum ot two squares. (8) product mn (A) sumh 2 T2 (C)mtn (D) None of these An odd prime p is expressible as a sum of two squares iff: 4)P=l(mod 4) (B) pa0mod 4) (C)p=lt (mod 4) (D) None of these 411p Is an odd prime, then there exist integers a, b are h such that. Where 0Sa
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